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t .'UNITED STATES ®>VEjJpvlENT 

Memorandum 


UNITED STATES H 
FEDERAL BURE~ 


ITENT OF Jt 
Rs'VESTIGAT 




BOYNTON 


date: 11/1 


FROM 


W. L. BAILE 


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subject: UNIT;] 
MARxf 


UNITED STATES VS. 
MARR-TELT; ET AL 
DISCOVERY PROCEEDINGS - 
TRIAL PREPARATION 


ALL IHF0PHATI01I C OBTAINED 

HEREIN 15 UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 dmh/bau/sbs 


Exec AD.Adm. i_ 

Exec AD Inv. 

Exec AD LES 

Asst. Dir.: 

Adm. Servs. 

Crim. Inv. 

Ident. 

Intel I. 

Laboratory 

Legal Coun. A 

Plan. & Insp.Vl^ 
Rec. Mgnt. 

Tech. Servs. 

Training 

Public Affs. Off. _ 

Telephone Rm. 

Director’s Sec’y _ 


The purpose of this memorandum is to advise - "cron- 
cerning results of the Newark Office contact with the Newark, 

N. J., Police Department seeking permission to provide to 
defense, and ultimately use in open court, information pro- 
vided by a highly confidential source of that department. 

^ ^ ' By way of background, John W. Nields , Jr., Special 

Prosecutor, U- S. Department of Justice, requested we contact b6 

the Newark Police Department to obtain permission to disclose b7c 

to the defense in discovery, and ultimately at trial, infor ma - 
tion furnished by a highly confidential source of that _ d ep-ar t - 
ment relative t o the whereabouts of a Weatherma n fugitive. ) 

|. The information indicat ed that I I 

| were aware of the whereabouts of | | Ir^J^bre 

eves ot Nields. this formed the basis f o,r, the. break-in dir^Sred 
'against Nields' view.ed this informa- 

tion as being essential to the defense and. failure to obtain 
permission to disclose same for discovery and trial pur pos es ^ 
^nay force the Department to dismiss the jndj^tm^^J^^ "* ^45) 

The SAC, Newark, preliminarily^ contacted Hubert 
Williams, Director of Police, Newark, N .' J . , and asked whether 
the information could be used in accordance' With the Departments 
request. Willi ams asked that a letter be directed to Captain 
I L the former head of the Newark Police Department 

Intelligence Unit, who initially furnished the information b6 

to the FBI. He pointed out that it was unlikely . there was . b7c 
any record in the department files containing this inf ormatj 
and that | | would have to be contacted to determine whether 

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tKe information could be disclosed. | | when contacted by 

ASAC Robert P, Wright, Newark Office, advised that he personally 1 
handled great yolumes of intelligence information in his 1 

official capacity, some of which was disseminated to the FBI. 

| stated although he believes he knows the 

identity of the sourc e, he cannot be certain. The source, 
according to l I would be endangered by the release of t 

the information. He requested that the information be protected t 
from disclosure and that his prior request for confidentiality 
be honored. The above information has been furnished John W. 
Nields, Jr. 

We should anticipa te the Dep artment asking for our 
views as to whether to honor request, since in the t 

Department's view the information is essential in this matter. * 
Tlpe Criminal Investigative Division would appear to be in the 
best position to assess what impact failure to honor that request 
might have. It is suggested the ultimate decision in this matter 
will be, the Department ' s . 

RECOMMENDATION 


That the Criminal Investigative Division review this 
matter in accordance with the above and submit their recommendation 


APPROVED: 

Director ji 

Exec. AD-ln^^ 
Exec. AD-Adm^ 
Exec. AD-LES 


Adm. Serv. ^ 
Crim. Inv. 

Ident. 

intell. 

Laboratory 


Legal Coun.S® 
Plan. & Insp 

Rec. Mgnt 

Tech. Serve. _ 

Training 

Public Affs. Off- 





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ADDENDUM OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE DIVISION SLP:rar 11/16/79 


' The Criminal Investiga tive Division (CID) strongly 

believes that the FBI must honor | | request for the 

continued confidentiality of his informant. A great deal of 
valuable information relating to FBI investigations is 
obtained from police departments and other state and Federal 
law enforcement agencies through the use of their confidential 
informants. When the information is supplied, it is clearly 
understood by both the giver and receiver that the source of 
the information will be protected, unless the contributing 
agency stipulates otherwise. If it were Known that the FBI 
abrogated this principle, it could seriously curtail the 
receipt of information from other law enforcement agencies, 
upon whom we rely heavily. 

In addition to receiving valuable information 
through the confidential informants of other agencies, the 
FBI disseminates a great deal of our confidential informant 
information to these same police departments. When such 
dissemination is made, it is our clear understanding that 
they will not compromise our informants without our permission. 
There have been numerous incidents in which we have strenuously 
objected to the use of informant information by other law 
enforcement agencies in a manner which we believe would 
compromise our informants. The FBI has maintained our 
objections even though, in some instances, it has meant the 
termination of prosecutive act ion against th e subjects of a 
particular case. Not honoring | \ request , 

therefore, would put us in a position of reversing our own 
longstanding policy. 



APPROVED: 

Adm. Serw 

Leaa! Coun. 

Crim. 

Plan. & Insp. „ „ 

Director 


Rec. Mgnt. 

Exec. AD-Inv. 

__ tdent. 

Tech. Servs. * 

Exec. AD-Adm. 

_ Intel!. 

Training 

Exec. AD-LES 

_ Laboratory 

Public Affs. Off. 


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November 19, 1979 

Joseph L. Tierney 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 


U.S. VS. W. MARK ^ET.T 
DISCOVERY PROCEEDINGS 

John W. Nields, Jr. 
Department of Justice 


JST AL. 


ML INFOBHATSgl COHTAIHED \ 

HEREIN IS ufiptSSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sbs 

1 - Mr. Daly - , 

1 - Mr. Tierney 




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Enclosed are Cover Pages A through C, and pages 
and IB nf PRT Report October 1, 1970, by Special b6 
■ — . — I a t San Francisco, captioned • b7 

Security Matter - Anarchist. 


The foreign source information relevant to the 
foreign involvement issue appears on Cover Pages B and C. 

The substitute information is included in the 
newspaper article on pages 17 and 1.8. The substitution does 
not cover the identical meeting as that furnished by the 
foreign source, but is the same type overseas contact with 
similar people.- No substitute for the propaganda advice 
could be located. . 

Enclosure ‘ ‘ 



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Serial 100-451802-27, FBI Package 97, item 276. 


Assoc. Dir. 

Dep. AD Adm, _ 

Dep. AD Inv. 

Asst. Dir;: 

Adm. Scrvs. 

Crinr.'nv. 

Ident. 

Laboratory ^ 

Legal Coun. 
Plan. & insp.^™ 

See. Mgnt. 

TCfich. Servs. 

Tuning 

|AAffs. Off. . 

Rm. 

Sec’y 






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MAIL ROOM CD 




C#SffiENTIAL MATERIAL ATTACHED 


SS DEG 20 1979 








Greenberg/Gray-6814 


ML INFORMATION CONTAINED 

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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memoranda 

Mr.. Bailey 


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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


FROM 


J.L. Tierney 


Assoc. Dir. 

Dep. AD Adm. 
Dep. AD Inv. _ 
Asst. Dir.: 

Adm. Servs. 

Crim. Inv. 

Ident. 

Intel) 

Laboratory 

Legal Coun. 

^Plan. & Insp. * 

Rec. Mgnt. j 

^Tech. Servs. _ 

^ Training 

Tublic Affs. OH. 
Telephone Rm. _ 
Director's Sec'y 


subject: VS . W. MARK KELT, ET AL. 

Discovery, proceedings/trial preparation 


/; 'V 


Mr . Colwell 
Mr . Boynton 
date: 11/26/79 

Me . Steel / S 
Mr . Cregar £ A#y 
Mr. Mintz A Qffv “ 
Mr. Bailey \a/ ] 

Mr. Finzel 

1 - Mr. Daly 
r 1 - Mr. Tierney 


PURPOSE ;- 

To advise of defense request to add unredacted 
documents - to the vault, as provided for' in the discovery 
order, and designation of the same documents for use at 
trial. 

DETAILS : 

By letter, dated 11/23/79 .(copy attached) attorneys 
for Edward S. Miller furnished the Department with copies 
of documents, received by them during routine discovery. 

The defense requests these documents be placed in the vault 
in unredacted form under the new protective order, and v 

designates this documents as needed for trial. The letter 
and copies were forwarded to us Friday 11/23/79 at approxi- 
mately 4 p.m. 

Several hundred documents were specified. They 
were reviewed Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday by both 
FBI and Department personnel'. Many of the documents specified 
are already in the vault, or are already in the' process of 
being placed in the vault. / . < . 

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Following review,, there are less than 100' documents 
requiring new work. The documents appear to present no new 
issues hot already discussed with '.the Intelligence Division. 
The principal impediment to. compliance will be locating 
unredacted copies of the documents on such short notice . 

Mr. Nields computes the expiration of the f ive *da§ss* a i s»@OB**f=^ 
Wednesday, ; ll/28/79. Additional personnel will be assigned'- 
deadlin ®* ' « JAN 24 1980 


for use at trial, which requires separate classification 
review and processing action, but is not subject to the five-day 
deadline. . ' 



Enclosure 
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Memorandum J.L. Tierney to Mr. Bailey 
RE:. U.S. VS. W. MARK'FELT, ET AL. 

DISCOVERY PROCEEDINGS/TRIAL PREPARATION 


A meeting had been scheduled for Monday, 11/26/79 , 
with Deputy Assistant Attorney General Robert Keuch to discuss 
trial preparation problems, including, classification and 
source protection issues . The meeting was to. have been 
attended by Messrs. Nields and Martin, Mr. Daly and myself, 
and Mr. Finzel as the Bureau's Document Classification 
Officer. This meeting will undoubtedly be postponed because 
of the death of Mr. keuch' s wife 11/22/79 and our mutual 
preoccupation with making the vault deadline. 

Attorneys for.W. Mark Felt designated a much larger 
group of documents for use at trial approximately 10 days 
ago. These documents, have been identified by the Department 
but have not yet been furnished to us to. begin work. 

Bearing in mind the difficulty already encountered 
with the Newark Police Department source, and the Department 
itself not having designated any additional documents for use 
at trial since 4/78, Mr. Nields' observation that the time 
between now, and the 1/2/80 trial date will be hectic, appears 
justified. ' 

RECOMMENDATION : 

None. For information. 


APPROVED: 

Adm. Serv^ ' 

Legal Court* 



Crim. Inv. 

Plan. & Insp, 

* 4 n 

Dirpr.tnr 


Rec. Mgnt. 

^ Tech. Servs. 


Exec. AD-Inv. & 

, Ident. 

Exec. AD-Adm. XV 

. Intell. 

Training 


Exec. AD-LES 

, laboratory 

_ Public Affs. Off. 


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EXEMPTED FROM AUTOMATIC 
DECLASSIFICATION 
AUTHORITY DERIVED FROH: 

FBI AUTOMATIC D! CLASSIFICATION GUIDE 
EXEMPTION CODE 2 EX a) 

DATE 04-16-2009 


JOHN F. DIUGUID* 
THOMAS L. SIEGEL 
THOMAS A. KENNELLY 

KARL W. PILGER* 
ELIZABETH J. WEISBERG- 


LAW OFFICES 




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SE8BET 


ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 
HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED EXCEPT 
WHERE SHOOT OTHERWISE 


November 23 , 1979 


OF COUNSEL 
HOWARD S. EPSTEIN 
ROBERT T. WRAY 

MARYLAND OFFICES 


ALSO ADMITTED IN 

* MD ' John W. Nields, Jr., Esquire 

* VA - Main Justice Building, Room 2304 

U.S. Department of Justice 
Washington, D.C. 20530 


107 W. JEFFERSON ST. 
ROCKVILLE, MD. 20B5O 

3737 BRANCH AVENUE 
HILLCREST HEIGHTS, 
MARYLAND 20031 


Re : United States v. Gray, Felt and Miller 


Dear Mr. Nields: 


Pursuant to paragraph (4) of the Supplementary Pro- 
tective Order of November 5, 1979, we are enclosing here- 
with copies of redacted documents from the discovery files 
made available to us, for which we will need unredacted 
copies for probable use at trial. These consist o.f 
approximately 600 pages. 

Please be advised that of the many thousands of 
redacted documents in the discovery files, we have care- 
fully selected only those we are most likely to need at 
trial . 


As we understand paragraph (4) , you will within five 
days deliver the above documents to the court in unredacted 
form for the court's determination of our request for broader 
access to and use of the unredacted documents at trial. 

It should be understood that this is not a complete 
list of documents we intend to use at trial, but only the 
redacted documents included under paragraph (4) . 

Paragraph (2) of the Supplementary Protective Order 
requires us to notify you within twenty days after November 
5th of any documents covered by paragraph (1) to which we 
claim a right of broader access or use in unredacted form. 
However, those documents were not made available for 
viewing in the vault until November 13th . Therefore we 
have not yet completed our review. We expect to do so early, 
next week and should have our paragraph (2) notification to 
you by November 30th. 







Greenberg/Gray-6817 




John W. Nields, Jr., Esquire 
November 23, 1979 
Page 2 


There are some additional discovery documents which 
have been made available for viewing only in the vault, 
but which you have not included in your paragraph (1) in- 
ventories. Of that group, we have' selected the following 
for probable use at trial, in unredacted form unless 



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LEONARD, 


. Cohen, Gettings and Sher 


Jerris Leonard 
.Harvey B Cohen 
Brian P Gettings 
David E 5nrn 
William L STA'jrrrw, Jr 
Joanne F Alper 
James T Devine 
Frank W. Dunham, Jr. 
Mark D. Cummings* 


170 0 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. M.W. 

Washington. D. C. 2 0 006 

IPO?) A7?-I095 


lEDBRftJ. QOVEKHM EH:r 


November 30, 1979 


Virginia Offices 

1400 NORTH UHLE STREET 
COURTHOUSE souare 
Arlington. Virginia 22216 
(7031 525-2260 


Orfeo Trombetta, Esquire he 

Chief, Special Security Center m 

Room 6740 

Department of Justice 
Washington, D.C. 20530 

G? 

Re: United States v. W. Mark Felt, et al . 


ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 

HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 duh/bau/sbs 




Dear Mr. Trombetta: 

We will need to serve 
6f NSA and the FB.Z or thei 
of records for their respe 
the subpoena, in' Order to 
must of necessity refer to 
in the vault. Rather than 
court channels, we would a 
an appropriate representat 
referred to herein meet us 
be effected at that time a 
subpoena may have can be a 
would appreciate it if you 
government counsel . The s 
court under seal with the 
information . 


subpoenas duces tecum on the Director 
r authorized representatives as custodians 
ctive agencies. The "duces tecum" ^^rt of 
be drafted with sufficient specificity, 
information which can only be discussed * . 

have these subpoenas served through normal 
sk your assistance in arranging to have 
ive of the Director of the two organizatior^s- 
in ‘ the vault so that personal service 
nd any questions vthat the recipient of t 
nswered under secure circumstances. We ^ 

would not communicate this request to 
ubooena in turn will be filed with the 
appropriate redactions to protect SCI 


We thank you for whatever cooperation you can render in this 
matter. If service, as proposed in this letter, cannot be arranged, 
we will, of course, have no alternative but to issue the subpoena 
through normal channels which cannot, by their very nature, provide 
the appropriate safeguards for the information the government 

desires to protect. 4^-'// fo ^ C’t 


Very truly yours, 
/) r ✓ /o /J /*//,. /Is 






Brian P. Gettings 




W WWW/ 

'Frank W. Dunham, Jr 


FWD:lm 



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ROUTING AND TRANSMITTAL 


TO: (Name, office symbol, room number, 
building, Agency/Post) - 


Initials I Date 



ALL FBI INFORMATION CONTA 


HEREIN 15 UNCLASSIFIED 
DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 


ction 


pproval 


Requested 


ircutate 


mment 


Coordination 


REMARKS 


File 


For Clearance 


For Correction 


For Your Information 


investigate 


Just! 


Note and Return 


Per Conversation 


Prepare Reply 


See Me 


Signature 


. Per our conversation, the meeting is 
scheduled for 10:00 a.m. on Monday, 
December 10, 1979 in Room 6744, Main 
Justice. 

Please note and comply with the under- 
lined sentence in paragraph one of the 
attached letter. 


DO f4QT7\usa this form as a RECORD of approvals, concurrences, disposals, 
v M \ t // clearances, and similar actions 


:ry Rub mo 


►mo 


Department Security Officer 


Room No. — Bidg. 


Phone No. 


5041—102 


■'j&u. S. GPO : ] 978-0 -261—64 7 ' 3354 


OPTIONAL FORM 41 (Rev. 7-76) 

Prescribed by GSA 
FPMR (41 CFR) 101-11.206 
























* 


DATE: November 28, 1979 
Francis J. Marti 


REPLYTO 
ATTN OF: 


SUBJECT: 


Criminal Divisio' 
United States v. Felt 



^NITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

memorandum 


FSDER&Ii 00VB?KJ5S«C 



TO: 


Joseph L. Tierney ^ 


psi - 

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ALL FBI INFORMATION CONTAINED 
HEREIN 15 UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sbs 


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the New York case agent on the Bookchin bag 

job, was interviewed yesterday. Your assistance in resolving 
two questions that arose during the interview is requested. 


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1. The Bookc hin bag job arose in connection with the b6 
J case. Please h ave Ne w York determine when b7c 


from 


case was assigned to 


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The information that prompted the Bookchin bag job was b2 
from an informant of the Washi ngton Field Office. Please b7D 
make the WO informant file on | available for 

review . 


"" O fZ? 


Thanks 


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OPTIONAL. FORM NO.. 10 
(REV. 7-76) 

GSA FPMR (41 CFR) 101-11.6 
5010-112 





John W. Nields, Jr., Esquire 
November 23, 1979 
Page 3 



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re Venceremos Brigade, 105—195696, date 
obliterated. ^ ry ft*#* 9 *} 

Airtel 7/17/69 to SAC's NY, WFO, SF, CG from 
Director, re travel of U.S. citizens to Cuba. 

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c. Carter to Vice President (Pres. Dir. 

NSC-19 ) . • - • 


Sincerely, 

; 


DIUGUID, SIEGEL & KENNELLY 



Thomas A. Kennel ly 

Attorney for Defendant Miller 


cc: Chief Judge Bryant (w/o end.) 

Mr. Gettings .(w/o end.) 

Mr. Baron (w/o end.) 


Greenberg/Gray-6822 



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ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 

HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/3bs 


November 28, 1979 


Mr . Bailey^ 


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Attached are copies of the following correspondence 
on discovery/trial preparation issues: 

1. Gettings 10/31/79 listing documents for 
trial (forwarded to PBI for action on 
11/27/79) . 


Gettings 11/23/79 listing discovery 
documents for vault. 

Kennelly 11/23/79 listing documents for 
both discovery and vault (furnished also 
with my 11/26/79 memo to you) . 

Department to Kennelly 11/26/79 re’ request 
for discovery in vault. 

Department to both Kennelly and Gettings 
proposing a conference by 12/3/79 to 
identify documents and/or information 
required by the defense for trial. 


Tierney 


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Enclosures 







- Mr. Steel (Encs) 

- Mr. Colwell (Encs) 
- ■ Mr . Boynton (Encs) 

- Mr. Mintz (Encs) 

- Mr. Bailey (Encs) 

- Mr. Daly (Encs) 

- Mr. Tierney (Encs) 


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Exec. AD-Adm. 
Exec. AD-LES 


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/ 26-8-(AHr6 , -26-8-fA-)-lT, 2684AW-, -aWAj-M, *58 268(ff)2T, 26 8, 

( ae^dOTTT, 2WJU-3A, 2-6-&4AW, 268 (A) 37a, 

(216 (A) 185, 2MWS, 278fA^21-8 , 27 -SRaT^-F, 2W4WJ2Ji - 

j 279 (A)-29i, 2W* W-2 , 2W4W-234-, 27~9jA|-23J, 2WM-J39-, 2 tHM£)-34Q , 

\ 2-7-9-(-A)-?4-i-, 2254A-)-2« , 2-?r(A) 24'3', 260^) 25T, 28T(AT254^ 2804A)-2 d5 , 

I 28D..(A>-256, ■2mAt259>, 280-(-M 260T ^80*(-AHfr3 , 2SJ nKX2S fr 28-QjAl 265 , . 

I 280 (A) 267, 280 (A) 263, 280 (A-1269-, ^OWO, 2WAW&, 


225 (A) 28-, 
225 (A) 46, 
225 (A) 56 , 
2 25 (A) 63, _ 


225 (A) 20 , 225 (A) 22 , 225 A 24, 
225(A) 31, 225 (A) 32 , 225 A) 35 
225 (A) 50, 225 (A) 51, 225 (A) 5.. 
225 (A) 58 , 225 (A). 5-9.,. 225_(A) §.- . 

.22.5(A).65,^£26>227 (A) 1, 227',,-- 


V ^ j -> \ t\J ^ ? t \ jr-r-=- 

240C , fldD7^4lB, 24 1C, 
(24 IK, 2 4 1L, ><5331 llMASSu- 
,246 (A) 11, 246 (A) 16 Jt ._246 


265 (A) 18 , 265 (A) 1§ , 265(A)20, 2^5(A)21, 265(A)22, 
265 (A) 25 , 265 (A) 26 , 265(A)27, 265(A)28, 265(A)29, 
265 (A) 32. 265 (A) 33 . 265(A ) 34, 265jA]L31,, ^ 26 . 5 i A) 36 ^ 
566.^13/ 268^ )'6'; 268-(-A>7-, MrH'Pn « ' 2 ' 6 «-fe 
26-8-(AH'6, -268-fA)-lT, 26-84AHL-8-, -260-tA-)-26 , 26 8 (A >24 , 
awanff, 2WA13A, 26-e4ftW, 268 (A) 37a, 

^68-( A HT5 . ) . 


276 (A) 185, 
279 (A)-29i, 
2-7-9- (-A )-24-t, 
28D..(A>-256 , 
280 (A) 267, 


2W*t2T5 , 
2094A-)^3-2 , 
2J54A4-2-42, 
■28D-tA-h26-9>, 
280 (A) 263, 




Greenberg/Gray-6826 


PRELIMINARY. -LISTING OF DOCUMENTS TO BE USED AT TRIAL 


c71, 78 /(8.0a, 80d, ‘S0e L 80L , (BlaJ. Bib,' <fe2b.,’ <83/ 84c c J ‘(85a , 85b, 85c, 
B5i;~?5f ,__85g ;35KT'85k,__8 5Lpl86 ;_8.7*.„£8 ,_8§' 90, 94 , '95," 98 , 99 , 

] J 3 , 104, 105, i06v“lS7, 108, 109, 110, 111, U2, 113, Il4, 115,' H8 /•, 


119, 120,^.125, 127, 128, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 139, 140 , 1J3_,_ 144 j 

.151(A) 8',''d52.(ALlilI"52 [A_L2,.„152.tAj 


J i5ri©a51(A}2,.151 (A) 4* 1 Sd 7 , .1 

1 52 (A) 4 , 152(A)5, 152 (A) 6 , 1 5 2 { A j 7 /» *152 (A ) 8 , 152 (A) 9, . 152 (A) 12 , 152(A)2'T, 
] 52 (A) 23, _152(A) 36,“ i52 (A) 467'tl53jAi 8 i _l53.(Ail9^-liil.Al2A^.i5.lLAl28 , 

153 (A) 31, 153 (A) 34 , 153 (A) 35, 153.(A)39, 153(A) 48, 153 (A)56_, 153(A}58,. 

153 (A) 59, 153 (A) 66/ 153 (A) 83, 153 (A) 104TC'l56A, 156D, i56F,._L60A, 162A; 
164&, 166'B, 166C;' 166E, 166F, 167A/ 167B, 168A, 171A, • 173A, J.73I t 175A 
, 175F , 175G, 175H, 175 J, 175L ,-1-76A, 176B, 176C, 176D - , 176G, 176H, 176 1 
'\186, 1 877~1B8T~1 8 9; ,....19 1 B , 1927 ^96. 197. 198. 202, 206, ..'207, 209)7 209 t 
, 209 (A) 2 , 209lA) 3, 209(A) 9, 209 (AU1, 209 (A)l2, 209A1.5, 209 (A) 18, 

• 209 (A) 19, 209 (A) 20, 209 (A) 21, 209 (A) 23, 209 (A) 24, 209 (A) 25, 209 (A) 26, • 
209 (A) 3JL, — 2 0 9_( Al_33_, — 2 QiLLAl_3JLjL__2Q.9 (A) 44, 2 09 (A) 50 , ..209 (A) 5 2^,209 ( A)53, 

209 (A)^5 J ^.209JAi^£,_209_(A)_61,_209 (A) 62^_209 (A) 63*/ ?209 (B) 1 . 209 IB) 2, 

209 (B) 3, .209 (B) 4, 209 (B) 5, ~209'(bT5T~ 209 (B) 8 , 209 (B)9A, 209 (B)10, 209 (1' 

209 (B)15, 209 (B) 17',_ _2_Q9 (B) 18_, 209 (B) 21 , 209 (B) 24??2 09 (C) 7 . 20 9 f C ) 13, * 

209 (C) 16, 209 (C) 27^ ,T (2 09 (D) 3 , 2 09 (D ) ioT~^'-?DTI?T 209_(D113, ,209 (D)15., 

,. 209 (D) 28^ ^209 .(D) 29, .209 (D)_3.0., 20‘9. (D) 31, 209 (D) 32 , 20 _ 9 (D) 3 3 , "209 (D) 39 
' ^09.(E).2/ (209^|dLrl205j[£12.,_ 2Q2..(£) 3,..20_9Jf) 9, .209 {F)17, 209 (F) 18 , "209 f 
209. (F) 20 J __20. 9jFj. 24 , _ 209JF) 2^_209 (F).IO , .209 ( F) 31 , 209 (F) 38, 209 (F) 39 , 

209 (F) 42 , 20 9 ( F ) 4 3 , 20 9 (F)4 4, 209 (F) 464 /209 (G) 2 . 209(G) 3, 209 (G)i. Jr _ 

209 (G) 5 , 20 9 (G ) 9 , 209 (G)12, 209*(G)13, 209 (G) 14 r J, &l6S (214 (B) ££/ ' 

'Zl6(All, 216 (A) 2 , 216 (A) 4 , 2-16(A)7, 216(A)8, 216(A)11, 2i6(A)12, ~ ‘ 

2 16 (A) 22 , 216 (A) 23 , 216(A)30, 216(A)38, 216(A)39, 216 (A) 44. 216(A)4~ 
v 216 (A) 47_,.. 216 (A).5A, 216 (A) 61, 216 (A) 68, 216 (A) 7 9jn"l 17 B , 217dD 2JL8 (A. . 

/2 18 ( A) 2 , 218 (A) 3 , 218(A)6, 218 (A) 9, 218 (A) 127 Zl8 (A) 14 , 218(A)16, 

' 218 (A) 19 , 218 (A) 21, 218 (A) 22 , .218 (A) 23 , 218(A)25, 218(A)27, 218(A)"-!, ■ 
218 (A) 39 , 218 (A) 4.0 , 218{A)41, 218(A)44, 218(A)46, 218(A)47, 218(A)5' 

218 (A) 51, 218 (A) 52, 218 (A) 53, 218 (A) 54, 218 (A) 55, 218 (A) 58, 218(A) 5! 

218 (A) 66 , 218 (A) 67 , 218(A)68, 218(A)69, 218(A)71, 218(A)73, 218(A)74- 
218 (A) 75 , 218 (A) 7 6 , 218(A)78, 218(A)79, 218(A)80, 218(A)81, 218(A)!.;. 

218 (A) 84 , 218 (A) 85 , 218(A)87, 218(A)89, 218(A)92, 218(A)93, 218(A)9- 
2 18 (A) 9 8, 218 (A) 10 2 , 2l8(A)103, 218(A)104, 218(A)107, 218(A)108, 

218 (A) 112 , 218 (A) 117 , 218 (A) 118’, 218(A)121, 218(A)122, 218(A)1?3, 

2 18 (A) 125 , 218 (A) 126 , 218 (A) 129 ,• '218 (A) 130 , 218(A)134, 218(A)135, 

218 (A) 141', 218 (A) 14 2, 

218.(A) 151 ; ' 218 (A) 152 , 

218 (A) 157 , 218 (A) 158 , 

218 (A) 169, 

218 (A) 185, 

■218 (A) 205, 

218 (A) 227, 






218 (A)137, 
218(A) 148, 
218 (A) 155, 
218(A) 164, 
218 (A) 174, 
218 (A) 198, 
21.8 (A) 222, 
y218_(&J 230 


218 (A) 140, 
218(A) 149, 
218 (A) 156, 
218 (A) 165 , 
218 (A) 178, 
218(A) 199, 
218 (A) 2*24, 
218 (A) 23 2. 


218 (A) 167 , 

218 (A) 182-, 

. . , 218 (A) 203; 

| 21.8 (A) 222, 218 (A) 224, 21.8 (A) 226, 

. ~~ 21 8 (A ) 2.35 T 218 (A) 239 , 

/ 219 (A) 1, 219 (A) 7 , 219 (A) 9, 2±9 (A) ±2 r 219 (A) l4 , ~2l9 (A) 27 ,' 2l9(A)36 
219 (A) 43 , 219 (A) 45 , 219(A)46, 219 (A) 50, 219(A)54, 219(A)60, 219 (r 
2 19 (A) 79, 21 9(A) 89, 219 (A) 92, 2,L9 (A) 102, 219 (A) 103, 219 (A) 117, 2 


218 (A) 143 
218(A) 153, 
218 (A) 159, 
218 (A) 172, 
218 (A) 190, 
218 (A) 210, 
218 (A) 228, 
218 (A) 240, 


218(A) 145, 
218 (A) 154 f 
218 (A) 161 
218 (A) 173 , 
218 (A) 193, 
218 (A) 218, 
218 (A) 229, 
218 (A) 24 3 , 


ALL DIFOPIiATI Oil C DICTA I MED 

HERE III IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16™2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sb£ 


Greenberg/Gray-6827 



i 


% 


UW': ciCES 

Leonard. Cohen. Gettings and Sher* 


J cqris Leonard 
‘^A oveY B Cohen 
Boian P Gettings 

Ca/iO E r 'HEO 
A 1 1 AM L C*TA Jff f i», J Q 
. „ * a N f*j E F Auper „ 
aw£S r Devine 
► i.'anh W Dunham, Jr 
\>auk D Cummings* 

vVa LLACE H KlEIND'ENST 

'nfMlt" /i<»5 *<'A tAM ON(.» 


SU 'E 550 

1700 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. N V/. 

Washington. D C 20006 

*021 8 70-1095 

October 31, 1979 


» 

John W. Nields, Jr., Esq. 
F.B.I. Task Force- 
Department of Justice 
Room 2304, Main 
Washington, D.C. 20530 


Virginia O^ercES 
1400 north UhlE STPE57 
COURTHOUSE soja-re 
Apungton. Virginia 222 «^ 
7 0 3 f 525 '3260 , 


Dear John: 


This responds to your letter of October 26, 1979 .to Frank 
Dunham concerning our designation of documents that we intend to 
use at trial. I do not believe - we ever agreed to make such a 
designation this far in advance of trial but, so long as the 
limitations on what we are now designating are understood, there 
is no harm in our view in giving you a preliminary listing. As 
of this date we believe we will, rely in our case-in-chief on the 
documents set forth hereinafter. . Most certainly as time goes on 
there - will be numerous additions to this list and there will likei 
be a few deletions from it. In other words, this is strictly 
preliminary and by no means final. We expect that eventually we 
will be able to *use these in totally unredacted form. Using your 
numbering system the documents are as set forth on the attached. 


Very truly yours, 


LEONARD, COHEN, GETTINGS & SHER 
. "■ > 

C . -I . 

.Brian P. Gettings 


BPGrkw 

Attachment 


ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 

HEREIN 13 UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 dmli/baw/sbs 


Greenberg/Gray-6828 


* ►. 


4 


that under no c: i rcu msl.-r.'.\ j . , j should the Government ' s inability 
to make’ a fT~ classified ’proof available to you in exactly the 
form you desire result in a dismissal of the Indictment. It 
is incumbent upon all of us, therefore, to find a way of putting 
the information you wish to place before the jury in an appro- 
priate form for trial. 

I look forward to hearing from you. 


Very truly yours , 

/ V . r e. 

* > .• > 

John W. Nields, Jr. 
Special Counsel 
Criminal Division 


cc: Chief Judge Bryant 


Greenberg/Gray-6829 


I believe it is in your interest, the Government's interest 
and the Court's interest for us to go through the tedious pro- 
cess of attempting together to identify and resolve the classi- 
fication problems pre-trial and to narrow the issues which need 
to be resolved by the Court. 

As you know, it is the Government's position, supported 
by the law of this Circuit, that the thorough search of the 
home and papers of a citizen of the United States without a 
warrant (and without specific approval of the Attorney General) 
is and has always been a clear violation of the Fourth Amend- 
ment to the United States Cons titut ion ;£/ and that the number 
two and number three men at the nation's leading law enforce- 
ment agency are responsible for knowing such clear constitu- 
tional rules.**/ Since we can prove without any remote re- 
ference to classified material, and indeed since your clients 
have formally admitted, that they authorized a series of searches 
without warrants (or Attorney General authorization) of the 
homes of friends and relatives of certain Weatherman fugitives, 
we assert that there is no "mistake of law" defense available 
to Felt and Miller in this case. 

We have not taken the position that the absence of any 
defense in this case should preclude you from offering certain 
evidence in the nature of excuse, mitigation or absence of 
responsibility to the jury and indeed we will find an unclassi- 
fied form for much of the information you wish to put before 
the jury .***/We do emphatically take the position, however, 


~*/ United States' v. Ehrlichman , 546 F.2d 910 (D.C. Cir. 1975). 

**/0f course we also believe we can prove to a certainty that 
Miller and Felt in particular and the FBI in general knew that 
"bag jobs" on United States citizens were clearly illegal. 

*** /0f course, there are still some areas of proof which we will 
categorically contend are irrelevant and inadmissible and to 
which we will object at trial. It is not the purpose of the 
proposed meeting to discuss such areas of proof. The sole 
purpose is to identify exactly what information you wish to put 
before the jury so that our declassification task will be manage- 
able. 


Greenberg/Gray-6830 


2 




•o 


\ documents which are cummulative , some which are not evidentiary 
'and some which are unrelated to any issue previously raised 
by the defense. Indeed, Mr. Gettings has indicated that the 
list will probably be substantially shortened as he focusses 
more closely on the trial. 

Moreover, some document's contain many pieces of information 
with classification problems but only one piece which will be 
of use to you at trial. If the Government attempted to resolve 
every classification issue raised in these 1,000 documents, 
without knowing if the information to which the problem relates 
will ever be used at trial, the trial would be inevitably and 
. unnecessarily delayed. In addition, after the Government reached 
a solution to each such classification problem, the Court 
would be overwhelmed with an excessively and unnecessarily bur- 
densome task of determining in each instance whether the resolu- 
tion was satisfactory. 

Accordingly, I suggest that Government counsel and counsel 
for Felt and Miller meet as soon as you are ready to do so, 
and no later than December 3, 1979, so that you may identify 
with further specificity the information, contained in the 1,000 
documents or any other documents, which you wish to use at 
trial. Presumably this would include information concerning 
the national security threat posed by the Weatherman Organization, 
any transactions you rely on for your claim that the Weatherman 
are agents of a foreign power, information showing outside 
pressure on the FBI to catch the Weatherman fugitives, informa- 
tion tending to show that higher officials outside the FBI 
wanted it to engage in illegal entry or at least were aware 
that the FBI did illegal entries, information tending to show 
that Acting Director Gray authorized the illegal entries charged 
in the indictment and was therefore a member of the conspiracy, 
information tending to minimize Felt and Miller's responsibility 
for the illegal entries charged in the indictment, and other 
propositions in support of your "mistake of lav;" defense. 

When the information you wish to use at trial is more 
narrowly identified, we can immediately begin the task of 
putting it in unclassified form for trial. Any disputes which 
arise over whether the form is satisfactory will then be brought 
before the Court in a focussed and manageable form. 


Greenberg/Gray-683 1 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



':>^j 


Aridcm* Krply to the 
I>iri(,io« Indicated 
Miid Hrfer to and Number 

JVJN : ams 
CRIM 


WASHINGTON, I).C. 20530 


ALL FBI INFORMATION CONTAINED 

HERE IN IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sb 


November 26, 1979 


Brian P. Gettings, Esquire 
Thomas A. Kennelly, Esquire 

Re : United States v. Felt, et al. 


Dear Sirs , 

I am writing to suggest a meeting among counsel for the 
Government and counsel for Felt and Miller to take place no 
later than December 3, 1979, as part of the process of putting 
the information contained in classified discovery documents 
into unclassified form for trial. 

I. 

I have indicated several times, e.g., in my letters dated 
July 16, 1979, and October 26, 1979, that the Government is 
ready to put into unclassified form for trial the information 
contained in the discovery documents which you wish to put 
before the jury. There can be no dispute over what information 
is - it is all contained in documents to which we all have 
access. Substantially all of it which will be of use to the 
defense can be put into unclassified form. However, the task 
of putting the facts in a form that protects the sources and 
methods of intelligence gathering is a very time consuming 
one - as I have previously indicated. It is for this reason 
that I requested by letters dated July 16, 1969, and October 
26, 1969, that you each designate those documents which contain 
information which you wish to use at trial. 

I now have Mr. Gettings' preliminary list of such documents 
by letter dated October 31, 1979. The list contains approxi- 
mately 1,000 documents, some of many pages, the majority of 
which contain at least some classified information. The list 
appears to me to be excessive. It appears to contain some 


Greenberg/Gray-6832 


125. Letter; Dir. to Attorney General; BOJ Policy on ELS UR c* SE; / 
2/19/74 

l/ 126. Memo; Kelley to Callahan; Meeting in Office of President; 12/2 

127. Memo; Uansinger to Walsh; Edward S. Miller; j ormer A-D, DAD 
(permanent brief); 2/6/75 

128. Insert; for Mr. Adams; SE ("Black Rag" Jobs); (accomplishments 
in past); 6/19/75 

fc/ 129. Letter; Dir. to Assistant Attorney General; SE ; 9/3/75 
*''130. Ll-IM (w/cncl. ) ; SE; 9/3/75 

131. Letter; Dir. to Assistant Attorney General; SE; 1/7/76 

132. LKM (w/encl. ) ; SE; 1/7/76 

133. Letter; Dir. to Assistant Attorney General; SE; 8/18/76 

134. LHM (w/encl.); (Long for Gardner) ; Headquarters Review) 

(DOJ file cabinet #13) (2 end listed separately); 9/2/76 

135. Memo (DOJ); Hoeber to File; Interview V7ith William Brnnigan; 
8/25/77 

' y 136 . Memo; Peterson to Leavitt, Electronic Surveillance; 9/9/77 

^137. Letter (end 5/27/72; Miller to Gray); Pvyan to Boucher; 
Surreptitious Entry; 4/5/78 


Greenberg/Gray-6833 


,\.yj , 

0 in 3. 

‘ / 104, 
u i.05 . 
t/ 106. 
^ 10 7 . 

103. 

109. 

110 . 
111 . 


1'lUIi-O 

2 feme- 


Memo 


Heme 

Memo 

Memo 

3/8/ 

Memo 


72 


ttl to Mi ler ; 11/ './//Z 

f 'r- ■ fh i.o Mi] !.er : 1 : LAB ; 11/ 30 / 72 
Ail ter r.: Alt; i- ■ ■ '• 3 ; 12/1/ 72 ( l ) 

>Ml.ler -Vlt; Pi 12/1/77 0~) 

Mri ] ler ;o J ;. It; F i 1 f , ■. !:» ; 12/11/72 

Vermeer:. c! i to SAG. Guv York: Bag Job; 12/11/72; 12/20/72; 
Walters to felt; ’> wpectior. - DID 8/18-9/1/72; 12/12/72 


Letter; Dir. to Siller, wo subject; (re: recent DID inspection); 
12/13/72 

Memo (v/encl.); Miller .• Felt; IIuWiiiT Study PFIAB; 1/3/73 
Memo; Miller to Felt; M:o Mag with Attorney General; 1/10/73 


/ll2. 

Memo; Gregor to Mi. Her: 

_ _MUN ; 

1/12/73 

^fl3. 

Memo ; Putman t o Miller; 

MUN ; 

4/12/73 

114. 

Letter; Dir. to C »: ; A? Loa- 

cd Illc 

■gal A c t i 


the Special Pro." editor ’ s ' 

■ff ice ; 

7/8/73. 

ML15. 

Memo; Putman to Miller; 

MUN ; 

7/5/73 

lX 116. 

Memo; Smith to Miller; i J 1 . 

r .:em of 

Info to 


u/ 117. 


118. 
^19. 
‘■' 120 . 
121 . 


122 

123, 


t/ 124. 


8/22/73 

Memo; Smith to Miller; Di.ssem. of Info to SP , Watergate SPF ; 
8/29/73 


Memo; Petersen to Director; 
Letter; Dir. to Attorney General; 
Memo; Smith to Miller; Procedures 


Watchlist; 9/7/73 

[Watchlist; 9/10/73 
Watchlist; 9/25/73 


b6 

b7C 


Memo; Attorney General to Dir. ; Requests by FBI - 
Watchlist; 10/1/73 


Letter; Director to USA 


-Watchlist; 9/26/73 


Position Paper; Surveys , Projects and for Intensification Programs 
10/23/73 

Letter; Dir. to Attorney General; DOJ Policy on ELSUR and S3; ( 2 ] 
2/19/74 

slesrr’ 


Greenberg/Gray-6834 




\80. Airtel; Acting Director to SAC, Albany; Revolutionary Activities; 
\ 7/13/72 

81. Memo; Gray (Dir) to Felt; Weatherman; 7/18/72 

82. Memo; Cleveland to Felt; (Foreign Source); 7/21/72 

83 . Memo; Shackelford to Miller; SDS; 7/21/72 

84. Teletype; Dir. to Albany, et al. ; SDS; 7/24/72 

' // 85. "Position Paper"; Thomas J. Smith; Domestic Intelligence Division; 
Scope of ; 7/31/72 

86. Memo; Moore to Miller; Foreign Influences; 8/11/72 

87. Teletype; Dir. to Alexandria, et al. ; Al Fatah; 9/7/72 

88. Memo; Decker to Miller; Internal Security - Middle East; 9/20/72 

89. Memo; Decker to Miller; Meeting of Interagency Group on 
Protection Against Terrorism in the Unites States; 9/29/72 

90. Notes (handwritten) ; L.P. Gray, III to ; no subject; 

(meeting with "CW" Felt-Miller) ; 10/3/72 


91. 

Memo ; 

De cker 

to 

Mil] er ; 

CCCT ; 

10/6/72 

92. 

Memo ; 

Cregor 

to 

Miller; 

CCCT ; 

10/10/72 

93. 

Memo; 

Cregor 

to 

Miller; 

CCCT; 

10/13/72 

94. 

Memo ; 

Cregor 

to 

Miller; 

CCCT; 

10/17/72 

95. 

Memo ; 

Cregor 

to 

Miller; 

CCCT; 

10/19/72 

96. 

Memo ; 

Cregor 

to 

Miller ; 

CCCT; 

10/25/72 

^97. 

Memo; 

Cregor 

to 

Miller; 

CCCT; 

10/30/72 

98. 

Memo ; 

Smith to Miller; 

CCCT; 

10/31/72 

l/ 99. 

Memo ; 

Cregor 

to 

Miller; 

CCCT; 

10/31/72 

u loo. 

Memo ; 

Branigan i 

to Miller; Humint PFIAB; 11/10/72 

101. 

Memo ; 

Shackelford to Miller; 

Weatherman; 11/16/72 




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\ 66 . 
\ 

67. 

68 , 

69. 

^ 70 . 

71. 

72. 

73. 
' / 7b. 
^ 75 . 
^ 76 . 

77. 

78. 

71. 

72. 

73. 

74. 

75. 

76. 

77. 

78. 

79. 


8/26/71 ( ) 


Teletype; ; Dir. , FBI to Dir. CIA 

Memo; Ponder to Tolson; Insp.- DID, 8/17-9/9/71; 9-27-71 
Photo; personnel file; Edward S. Miller; 9/27/71 
Letter; Dir. to Miller; no subject (re: inspection); 9/28/71 
Memo; Wannall to Miller; MUN; 10/21/71 
LHM; New York; 


11/7/71 


Air tel; Dir. to SAC, New York; 

Memo; Shackelford to Miller; 3/27/72 
Memo; Miller to Rosen; PFIAB; 4/6/72 
Memo; Shackelford to Miller; VB; 4/28/72 (?} 
Memo; Shackelford to Miller; VB; 4/28/72 C ^ 
Airtel; Director to SAC, Albany; VB; 5/4/72 
Airtel; Dir. to S^C, Albany; VB; 5/4/72 
Airtel; SAC, Philadelphia to Acting Director; 
Memo; Shackelford to Miller; Ueathfug; 5/8/72 
Memo; Shackelford to Miller; 


2/23/72 


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5/5/72 


b6 

b7C 


(fugitive); 6/8/72 


Memo; Shackelford to Miller; Weathfug; 6/12/72 

Memo; Engelstad to Cleveland; Weathfug; 6/23/72 

Agenda; Agenda for Conference at FBI Headquarters on Weather- 
man; 6/22/72 

Insert; Desired recommendations which may result from Weatherman 
Conference; 6/22/72 

Notes (handwritten); L.P. Gray, III; no subject; (meeting 
with Sullivan); 7/6/72 

Airtel; Acting Director to SAC, Albany; Revolutionary Activities; 
7/12/72 




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Memo; SAC, Chicago to Director; SDS; 12/1/69 

Letter (v/nttachneots) ; Hoover to Kissinger; SDS; 1/2/70 

Letter; A'over to ?: SDS; 1/21/70 

Hotter; Hoover to ?; SDS; 1/21/70 ) 

j.ILl; HO; VB; 2/26/70 

: L-ino ; K , . c- s to S u 1 1 ivan ; Hew Left; 3/6/70 
Feport; low York; Hichairiin; 3/30/70 
Mcr-'.o ; V.'r.nr.all to Sol li van : HUM; 2/28/70 

Letter; Hoover to President; New Left Kidnappings; 8/17/70^2) 
Letter; Hoover to SACs; New Left Kidnappings; 8/17/70 
Letter; Hoover to President; New Left Kidnappings; 8/17/70 (^2 ) 
[.otter; >; : c . to /.;.tc-rney Cenoral; Hew Left Kidnappings; 8/17/70 


report; CM cago ; | | ; 4/15/71b7c 

Memo; Lr>"r<nan to Sullivan., Increased Utilization of ELSUR in 
Intelligence and Security Investigations; 7/18/71 


4«. . 

L-' tter ; 

43. 

Letter; 

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Feport ; 

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Mcr-'.o ; W 

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Letter; 

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Letter ; 

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Letter ; 

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[.utter ; 

56. 


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deport ; 


• — 57 . Airtel; Hew York to Dir.; MUN ; 7/22/71 
*^5 S . LIIM ; New York ; HUH ; 7/22/71 ( <0 
■^59. LHM : Hew York; MUN; 7/22/71 


58. 

LIIM; 

Nev; 

Y’ork; 

MUM ; 

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LHM; 

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York; 

MUN ; 

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LIIM; 

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York; 

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61. Airtel; Dir., FBI to SAC, Nev; York; Foreign Influence; 8/23/71 ^3-) 

62. Airtel; Dir., FBI to SAC, Nov; York; Foreign Influence; 8/23/71 

63. Airtel; Dir., FBI to SAC, New York; Foreign Influence; 8/23/71^) 

64. Teletype; ; Dir. , FBI to Dir. CIA; 8/26/71 

65. Teletype; ; Dir., FBI to Dir. CIA; 8/26/71 [l>) 


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40. 

41. 


Memo; Belmont to Boardman; subject excised (incentive award 
to B.J.); 9/16/59 

Letter; Director to SAC, New York; Esp. ; 7/22/66 

Homo; Sullivm to DoLoncb; Intelligence Operations; 2/15/68 

Memo; Brennan to Sullivan; PFIAB; 3/19/68 

Memo; Kearney to SAC. Mew York; Bag Jobs; 3/21/68; 3/21/68; 

4/2/68; 5/16/68; 5/16/68; 5/22/68; 5/28/68; 5/30/68; 6/12/68 

LHM; Miami; SDS; 3/21/68 

Report; Chicago; SDS; 11/8/68 

Letter; Dir. to SAC, Albany; New Left - Foreign Influence; 4/15/6S 

Memo; Hoover to Tolton, et al.; President (telephone conv.); 
4/23/69 (I'j 

Memo; Hoover to Tolsor. , et al. ; President (telephone conv.); 
4/23/69 (2) 


Position Paper; Foreign Support for Revolutionary; 6/30/69 
Letter; Director to Horton; Foreign Communist Support; 7/1/69 


Report; Chicago; 


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Memo & LHM; SAC, Chicago to Dir.; Ad Hoc Committee; 8/29/69 
Letter; PFIAB to Dir.; no subject (re: for influ in NL) ; 10/31/69 
Memo; Brennan to Sullivan.; New Left - Foreign Influence; 11/3/69 


Letter; Dir. to SAC, Albany; New Left - Foreign Influence; 
11/4/69 


Memo; Cotter to Sullivan; SDS; 11/6/69 

Memo; Brennan to Sullivan; Foreign Support for Revolutionary 
Protest Movements in the United States; 11/6/69 

Letter; Dir. to PFIAB (Hoover to Coyne); no subject; (for 
support of protest groups); 11/7/69 

Position Paper; Foreign Support for Revolutionary; 11/21/69 



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<v 1.. Insert; T.J. Smith; Microphone Surveillances; undated 
\ // 2. Insert; Internal Constraints; undated 

V _ ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 

Insert; Reason? Number 7; undated hereih is unclassified except 

WHERE SHOWN OTHERWISE 

Insert; Ruckelshaus Number 7; undated 
5. Insert; Personnel File Summary; Edward S. Miller; 11/27/50-forwarc 
•^6. Letter; Dir. to AG; subject excised (results of ) 11/9/54 

7. Memo; San Fran, to Dir.; subject excised (commendation for B.J.) 
4/6/56 

8. Letter; San Fran, to Dir. ; Rec for Incentive Award; Edward S. 
Miller; 10/2/56 

9. Letter; San Fran, to Dir.; stibject excised (commendation for B.J.' 
10/2/56 

10. Letter; San Fran, to Dir. ; subject excised (incentive award for 
B.J.) ; 2/18/57 

11. Letter; San Fran, to Dir. ; Pec for Incentive Award; Edward 
S. Miller; 6/18/57 

12. Letter; San Fran, to Dir. ; subject excised (incentive award 
for B.J.) ; 6/18/57 

13. Letter; San Fran, to Dir. ; subject excised (incentive award 
for B.J.) ; 9/10/57 

14. Memo; Fletcher to SAC; San Fran. - [excised] (incentive for 
B.J.); 2/5/58 

15. Letter; San Fran, to Dir.; Edward S. Miller; 3/10/58 

16. Memo; Edwards to Mohr; Edward S. Miller (incentive award) 4/3/58 

17. Letter; Hoover to Miller; no subject (commendation) 6/6/58 

18. Letter; San Fran, to Dir. ; subject excised (commendation for 
B.J.); 7/22/58 

19. Letter; Hoover to Miller; no subject (commendation letter) 

8/1/58 

20. Memo; Edwards to Mohr; Supervisory Organization; San Francisco 
Division; 8/20/58 


EXEMPTED FROM AUTOMATIC 
DECLASSIFICATION 
AUTHORITY DERIVED FROM: 

FBI AUTOMATIC DECLASSIFICATION GUIDE 
EXEMPTION CODE 2SX(1) 

DATE 04 - 16-2009 



Greenberg/Gray-6839 


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over classified documents for trial until counsel have made 
5 an effort to narrow and solve as many such issues as possibl 

I am sending to both you and Mr. Gettings a letter of 
today's date addressing the issue of trial proof suggesting 
a meeting among counsel on December 3, 1979. I urge you by 
then to have identified information in the discovery documen 
which you actually wish to introduce at trial, so that the 
Government's declassification task may become manageable and 
the task of the Court in resolving any -disputes between us 
also becomes manageable. 


Sincere ly , 



rl<( 



John W. Niel.dc, Jr. 
Special Counsel 
Criminal Division 


cc: Brian P. Gettings, Esq. w/ attachments 
Chief Judge Bryant w/ attachments 


Greenberg/Gray-6840 


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the weekend, we have sorted out your documents and made an 
'.inventory which I have attached. The documents which are 
checked were already in the vault in unredacted form. The 
ones wi th two checks have actual Jy been sent to you in unre- 
dacted form. The Claim of Privi'J egc document is marked with 
three checks. The remainder will be placed in the vault by 
the end of the day Friday, November 30, 1979, as required by 
the Order. See Feu. R. Grim. P. Rule 45 (a). A' Should any small 
portion of these documents require .some redaction even in the 
vault, they will of course be delivered to the Court by Friday. 
The documents listed in your letter but not attached will be 
handled in a similar fashion. 


In addition to the documents which you have attached to 
your letter, I have, as I represented in my letter of September 
13, 1979, gone through the discovery documents from the sub- 
stantive files on the Weathermen and identified those redac- 
tions which relate to "foreign involvement" or other issues 
you have previously identified as being of ’interest to you. 

The documents containing those redactions will also he placed 
in the vault in unredacted form on Friday, November 30, 1979. 
Finally, a review of the discovery document- has turned up a 
few additional redactions Ln non- be ntherman files. Substantially 
all of these documents will also be p Laced in the vault in 
unredacted form by Friday, Novewhe 30, 1970. Any remaining 
redactions in such documents will, of course, be shown to the 
Court. Accordingly, by Friday, November 30, 1979, you should 
have access to all materials, including those relating to the 
Weatherman, which are properly discoverable. 


II. 


Your letter indicates that you will probably want to use 
the documents attached and others to be identified later at 
trial. The effort at putting the information you wish to use 
at trial into unclassified form is, as has been noted by all of 
us and by the Court, an effort very different from the effort 
to make information available to you classified or unclassified 
as discovery . We should avoid burdening the Court with disputes 


*/ Where you delivered to us more than one copy of the same 
document the number (2) or (3) as the case may be appears 
after the document on the inventory. 


Greenberg/Gray-6841 



A«* V,v; t lUpty io tin 
1'itUiou ,1 

kin! licfi* to InitUU nnil N.n ,l./i 

JV/M : a ms 
GRIM 


UNITED STATICS ;vKPARTM f;NT OF JUSTICE 


ALL FBI INFORMATION CONTAINED 

HERE IH 15 UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sbs 


N o vemh er 26, 1979 


Thomas A. Kenncilly, Esquire 
Diuguid, Siegel & Kennelly 
1000 Connecticut Avenue, N.V7. 

Washington, D.C. 20036 

Re: United States v. Felt, et al 
Cr. 78-000179 


Dear Hr. Kennelly, 


I. 

I have your letter of i'cvember 23, 1979, in which you 
state that you enclose redacted docunents pursuant to para- 
graph 4 of the Supplementary Protective Order (the Order) of 
November 5, 1979. The documents should, according to the 
Order, have been redacted documents which have not been placed 
in the vault in unredacted form by the Government pursuant to 
the Order, and which you would like to obtain greater access 
to - i.e., see in unredacted form. 

A brief review of the documents attached to your letter 
revealed that many of them have already been placed in the 
vault in unredacted form pursuant to the Order, some have actually 
been delivered to you in unredacted form, and one is the sub- 
ject of a Claim of Privilege and is before the Court already. 

The task of determining which of the documents attached to 
your letter have already been seen by you in unredacted form 
was made considerably more difficult by the fact that you 
supplied us with no inventory, the documents were in no parti- 
cular order, some documents consisting of several pages were 
unstapled while other which were stapled included more than 
one document, and sometimes the same documents appeared two 
or three times in different places in your package. Over 


Greenberg/Gray-6842 


REQUESTED DOCUMENTS TO BE PLACED IN VAULT 

31jf, 8^,' 13^, ifS, 153 (A) 25 , 153(A)28, 153 (A) < 31, 153(A)*34, 153(A)35, 
153 (A) 3T9 , 153 (A) 56 , 153 (A)58, 153 (A) 59 / 153(A)83, 153(A)104, 153A, 
176G, 176H, 209 (A) 9 , 209(A)20, 209(A)51, 209(A)59 / 209(D)13, 209(D)15 
216 (A) 44 , 216(A) 54 , 216-(A)61, 216(A)79, 218(A)19, 218{A}40, 2JAXM21 f 
218 (A). 71 , 218 (A) 73 , 218(A)74, 218(A)75, 218(A)81, 218(A)82, 218(A)84, 
2l8(A)103 / 218 (A) 104 , 218(A)107, 218(A)117, 218(A)122, 218(A)130, 

218 (A) 141 , 218,(Alli5^_2i8J.Ail45 / 218(A)149, 218 (A) 156 218 (A) 161 , 

213 (A) 164 , 218(A)167, 213(A)205, 213(A) 228, 218(A)-235, 218 (A) 239, 
220K, 220 (!J)4, 220(N)24, 220(N)26, 220 (N) 31, 220(N)36, 221C, 221D, 
221E, 221F, 221 J, 221L, 224, 225(A)2, 225(A)3, 225(A)5, 225(A)7, 

225 (A) 8 , 225 (A) 9 , 225(A)10, 225(A)13, 225(A)14. 


ALL INFORMATI OM COHTAIHED 
HEREIN 15 UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2003 BY 65179 dmh/bau/sbs 


Greenberg/Gray-6848 


John W.' Nields, Jr., Esq. 
November 23, 1979 
Page Two 


Further, to the extent that the government contends that the 
appearance of Mr. Felt's initials on a document constitute acceptance, 
agreement, or ratification of the content contained therein, we 
contend that these documents are statements of the defendant pursuant 
to Rule 16B of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and that, 
absent an order from the Court to the contrary, we are entitled to 
possession in unredacted form of all such statements of the defendant 
that relate in any way to the issues which you well know we intend to 
raise at trial. Further, any documents written by prospective 
government witnesses which relate to the subject matters of this 
case in their broadest sense, are Jencks material and should be 
turned over to us pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 3500, absent an order of the 
Court to the contrary. We believe we are entitled to documents in 
this category in unredacted form. If you do not .provide us with what 
we consider to be 16B material, i.e. statements of the defendant Felt 
in completely unredacted form, we will assume that you do not intend 
to use such documents at trial either in your direct case or on cross 
examination. Concomitantly, if you do not furnish us with documents 
written by witnesses you previously indicated you might call at trial, 
we will assume that you no longer intend to call that witness. 

Sincerely, 


FWD : kw 
Attachment 


LEONARD, COHEN, GETTINGS & SHER 


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Brian P. Gettings 

f/l ft '' ’/'*// 

Frank W. Dunham, 3x/. 

ffhi/l 0- 

Mark D. Cummings 


cc: Chief Judge William B. Bryant 
Thomas A. Kennel ly. Esq. 



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Greenberg/Gray-6849 


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Srian P , Gett-nGS 
David El. Shcr 
William l. S^-jrrcq, Jr, 

JC AN N £ r Al»£R 

J av*es T- Devine 
FRAsn W Dlnham, Jr. 

Mark D Clmm mgs* 

V/al.ace H. Kl^mdiCmst 

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John W. Nields, Jr., Esq. 

F.B.I. Task Force 
Department of Justice 
Boom 2304, Main 
Washington, D.C. 20530 

Dear John: 

Attached is the first list of documents we desire to see in 
unredacted form. These documents were not among those originally 
placed in the vault for our inspection. It is requested that you 
place them in the vault in unredacted form in accordance with the 
terms of the Court's Order. As you can see from reviewing the list, 
we have been highly selective in preparing our list. We would hope 
that, having limited the number of our requests, that you would do 
everything you can do to accomodate these requests. 

We will be working over the weekend and will transmit to you 
on Monday, November 26 another listing. We hope that Monday's trans- 
mittal will be our final request. We cannot state with assurance, 
however, that we will not request you to send additional documents 
to the vault in unredacted form, especially because we have only 
recently received certain documents from you and because you have 
not identified the witnesses you intend to call at trial. I am 
sure that if you were to provide us with a list of government witnesses, 
we would be able to complete our requests in short order. 

In addition to the foregoing, we also note that we are unable, 
in many instances, to tie particular documents you have given us to 
the documents referred to in the grand jury testimony we have been 
furnished as Jencks and Br ady material. What we need is a. cross 
reference between the grand jury exhibit number and the discovery 
document number. 


ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 

HEREIN 15 UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sbs 


L AW KJ r r ic : 


Leonard, Cchen, Gettings and Sher 

SUtTC 5 50 

1700 PENNSYLVANIA 4VENUE, N.W. 

Washington, D. C. 20006 


■ 202) 672-1095 

November 23, 1979 


Virginia Offices 
|AOO NORTH U rl L E STREET 
COURTHOUSE SQUARE 
Arlington, Virginia 22216 

(7031 525-2260 


Additionally', we renew our request for 


grand jury 


testimony and any documents referred to dur ing that grand jury 


appearance. We believe that [ 


testinonv contains details 


■which he many not now recall but which are of significant relevance to 
our defense and we ask you to carefully ccnsidar whether your Brad y b3 
obligation is fully satisfied at this time in light of this particu- b6 
larized reauest. ' b7c 


Greenberg/Gray-6850 


ALL DIFOEHATI Oil C OBTAINED 
HERE IN IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/j 


!009 BY 65179 

'GNITES STATES GOVEKNnSnT 

Memorandum 


itmeSfc 


TO : MR. BOYNTON: 


from : W. L. Baileyl 


subject: U. S. vs FELT ET AL 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
• FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


date: 12/4/79 


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Assoc. Dir. 

Dep. AD Adm. 

Dep. AO Inv. 

Asst. Dir.: 

Adm. Servs. 

Crim. Inv. 

Ident. 

Intell 

Laboratory 

Legal Coun. ^ 

Plan. & lnsp.,_(.VJy 
Rec. Mgnt. . 0 ^ 

Tech. Servs. 

Training 

Public Affs. Off 

Telephone Rm. 

Director's Sec'y 






The purpose of this memorandum is to advise of 
the current status of captioned matter. 

Currently, the Department is responding to two 
aspects of trial preparation of this case. The first is . 
preparation of selected documents for storage in the 
Department vault as provided for in the supplemental 
protective order. The second is processing discovered 
documents for trial disclosure. These documents have 
been identified by the defense as being needed for use 
in court in the defense of their clients. 

As to the first category, these documents are 
being processed on five-day deadline. To date, these 
deadlines have been met. 

The second category of documents is now being 
prepared for review by substantive divisions. Many of 
these documents are going to present substantial difficulty 
from a disclosure standpoint. For example, some documents^'""'” 
will contain sufficient information to identify a live f , 
source. Since the defense has identified the documents /as^^. 
being essential for trial, they will have to be reviewed f&c 
a determination as to whether trial disclosure of documen t ^ 
is possible. . Various options are available such as 
disclosure with certain information redacted. These 
documents will have to be reviewed by the Intelligence, 
Planning and Inspection, and Criminal Investigative Divisions, 
so that this determination can be ,made Tj - -- * ' 


1 - Mr. Boynton 
1 - Mr;-' -Col well' - 
1 - Mr. Steel 
1 - Mr,., Cregar \/f 
1 - Mr - 

bnXtj.aii&Q£^ . 

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is imperative 




Mr. Mullen 
Mr. Otto 
Mr. Bailey 
Mr. Daly 
Mf. Tierney 


C CONTINUED - OVER) 


DEC 20 1979 






Buy U.S. Savings Bonds Regularly on the Payroll Savings Plan 

Greenberg/Gray-6851 


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W. L. Bailey to Mr. Boynton Memorandum 
Re: U. S. vs Felt Et A1 




that review be thorough, expeditious and the Bureau’s 
position be realistic, since it may be necessary to answer 
questions raised by the Department. A like review will be 
necessary for those documents to be used in the trial by 
the prosecution. The Department, as yet, has generally not 
identified those documents. 

Ultimately, it is anticipated that with certain 
documents the decision will have to be reviewed by the 
Director, especially where the Department is urging an 
exception to existing policy. 

RECOMMENDATION: 


For information. 


approved 


Director z. 

Exec. AD*tnv. _ 
Exec* AD-Adffl. 
Exec. AD-LES^ 


/'S 


Adm. Serv^ 
Crim. inv. 

ident. 

Intel!. 

Laboratory 


Legal Coun* 

Plan. & (nsp. 

Rec, Mgntr. l 

Tech. §ervs. 

Training 

Public Affs. OfC 



- 2 - Greenberg/Gray-6852 


date: December 10, 1979 


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# IITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

lnrnndum 




Kindly process the attached interview of Robert 
Shackelford for Jencks Discovery as soon as possible. 


ALL FBI INFORMATION CONTAINED 

HEREIN 15 UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sbs 


Thanks 









OH DEC 20 1979 








Savings Bonds Regularly on the Payroll Savings Plan OPTIONALTO rmno.io 

*U.S. Government Printing Office: 1977— 241 -S3 0/3474 

Greenberg/Gray-6853 


(REV. 7-76) 

GSA FPMR (41 CFR) 101-1 1 .6 
5010-112 


UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


Mr. Boynto: 


date: 12/11/79 


FROM : W. L. BaileyVl>4VT-_ 

°V© 

subject: s> vg# w . mark FELT, et al. 


Assoc. Dir. 

Dep. AD Adm. . 
Dep. AD Inv. _ 
Asst. Dir.: 

Adm. Servs. 

Crim. Inv. 

Ident. 

Intcll 

Laboratory 

Legal Coun. 

Plan. & Insp.L 
Rec. Mgnt. - v y 
Tech. Servs. _ 

Training 

Public Affs. Off. 
Telephone Rm. _ 
Director's Sec'y 


Purpose is to advise of receipt of a subpoena from the defense 
in captioned matter (copy attached). 

The subpoena calls for the production of documents on January 2, 

1980, at the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The subpoena 
itself is classified "Top Secret” requiring a compart'mented clearance for 
access. A substantial number of the documents are similarly classified. 

The Department and NSA are in receipt of similar subpoenas. 
Prosecutor John Nields has been furnished a copy of the subpoena and 
arrangements have been made for compliance. 


RECOMMENDATION: 

For information. 

Enc. 

1 - Mr. Boynton 
1 - Mr. Steel 
1 - Mr. Mintz 
1 - Mr. Cregar 
1 - Mr. Mullen 
1 - Mr. Bailey 
1 - Mr. Tierney 
1 - Mr. Daly 


D:mjL(9) 

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ML INFORMATION CONTAINED 
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DATE 04” 

-16-2009 BY 6 

APPROVED: 

Adm. Serv. _ 

Legal Coun. 


Crim. Inv. 

Plan. & Insp. 

Director xj 


Rec. 

E>.tc. AD-!nv. 4 

l Ident. 

TeTi, Ccrvs. 

Excc. AD* Adm. \ V 

. intoll. 

Tr v i 

Exec. AD-LES 

, LaLoralury 

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S JAN 24 1980 




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^ Buy U.S. Savings Bonds Re 9^ r ^ 1 gn r thfi,Payrg^^vings Plan 

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“all INFORMATION CONTAINED 
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• PATE Ofi-16-2009 BY 6-5179 dmli/baw/ sbs 



for, Mr . Felt withdraws their subpoena 
issued 12/7/79 to Paul Daly which was 
returnable 1/2/80. 


Areas of the subpoena which the 
defense indicates will be changed in b 
some way are: NS A materials (2) , mem- b 
bership lists (,8) t 56 specified docu- 
ments (12 and 13 ) , documents involved 
in the | l ease (15) , and the actUedTj 

documents which were the subject of f jjs 
the' first and second claims of ^ 

privilege in this case (16) . 


Copy of unclassified portion 
the subpoena , keyed as 
attached to letter 


of 


1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

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, Boynton (Enc . ) 
Steel (Enc . ), - 
Mintz - (Enc . ) 
Cregar (Enc . ) 
Mullen (Enc*. ) 
Bailey (Enc . ) 
Tierney (Enc.) 
Daly (Enc 





s JAN 24 1980 




Greenberg/Gray-6855 


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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 




UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


: Mr. Boynto: 


from : w. L. Bailey| 


date: 12/12/79 


ML INFORMATION CONTAINED 
HEREIN 15 UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2003 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sbs 


subject: u# s# vs# w# MARK FELT, et al. 


Exec AD Adnuyp 
Exec AD InvY T _ 

Exec AD LES 

Asst. Dir.: 

Adm. Servs. 

Crim. Inv. 

Ident. 

Intel). 

Laboratory 

Legal Court. _ 
Plan. & Irish 
Rec.Mgnt. 

Tech. Servs 

Training 

Public Affs. Off. 

Telephone Rm. 

Director's Se?y . 


The purpose of this memorandum is to advise the Department 
of our position regarding trial disclosure of the attached memoranda. 

In connection with the forthcoming trial in captioned matter, 

John Nields, prosecutor for the Department, furnished two versions of 
one FBI memorandum which the Government desires to use in this case. 
According to Nields, this is the only potentially classified document 
intended for use by the Government in prosecuting this case. 

The memorandum in question is W. C. Sullivan to C. D. DeLoach 
dated 7/19/66, captioned "Black Bag" Jobs. In the twq versions the 
Department has made deletions and in some instances substituted language^ — 
for deleted material. The deletions and substituted language tracks the 
motions in limine adopted by the Court in this matter. One version discloses^ 
greater classified material than the other, however, both versions are 
properly classified as indicated. The Intelligence Division has reviewed 
the memorandum and interposed no objection to trial disclosure of either 
version. 

The Intelligence Division correctly pointed out that the classification 
primarily arises out of .National Security Agency (NSA) concerns and that 
agency should be consulted. In view of this we should advise the Department 
that both versions of the memorandum are properly classified and that we 
do not object to trial use; however, the NSA should be cons ulted, f 

fa-HT£W-~<*3 f * 

RECOMMENDATION : ' J 24 1980 

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The Department be advised in accordance/ with the^baj^?-** - 



Enc. 

1 - Mr. Colwell | 
1 - Mr. Boynton 
1 - Mr. Mintz 


m'" 

Lwell 1 l - 




APPROVE 




,, ^ Direct sr_Z — 

Mr. Bailey &&c. AD-inv. _ 

Mr.; Tierney 


1 - Mr. Daly 


Adm. Serv. _ 
Crim. Inv. 

Ident. j 
intoil/iWW 
Laboralor\/ 


Legal Coun. 
Picn. & Ins p.jJT 
Bee. Mgnt , W 

Servs. 

Tuning 

Public Affs. Off. 


1 - Mr. Cregar , 

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^ - . J DECLASSIFICATION JttJTHOmj? X'tRlfclED “WWiM: - 

: Memorandum .. : • ta fy: . 

A ** . * - Cel* 

A Ci D. D^oach ■ . " fj O' .july.M,: L9S6 


C"- D- DeLoach. 


Tk'.C, 


Sullivan., /£<•% J 

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"BIJlCK BAG" JOBS 


DEC LAS S I P*I CAT I OH JttJTHOmj? X'lmlfcEED TmQH: *1 - 

^ FBI AUTOMAT I C % D EC LAS S I F I CAT I 1%. SUIDE- '1; ;** 

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~ -- :'^RHlC1-.-The xollovins is set p* 1 Tegaxd^o your _ 

-eau'est' concerning what authority we nave xor olack ba 
Mobs and Sr tte background of dor policy and procedures . 

; .in such natters. O^r-/ ...... v ; ; - ..v : - . k'o S- .^^ 1:010 .-A- -.-.--7 

i' -. .S’it.;Vr-- ;? : : Via do not- obtain autho ri zation f orJ^ola.citJjag. 1 
S-iois iroH'-kt?lci3E53Si:au^ Such a tedrniq.ua Halves 
'■feesSSTTuTTs clearly illegal; therefore u would o . - 
to obtain any legal sanction io. 3.*-- J “ s ?- I ' e 
' ■‘■vVs "bl’ck ba°-” jobs have been used because tney 

technique in combating subversive actxvaxxes 
r clandestine nature aimed direcLly at undermining _ana _ 

. destroying our nation. (li) . .• . ;\dydy:> A : " V 

. •- - The nresent orocecure followed in the use Ox cnis 

"■'-"-chnicue calls for the Special Agent in-.Che.xgs Ox a. xiela 
.'of-?^ ce "to make his reouest for the use oi tne tecpna^ue ^ 

: to the a-ooroorxai-e A^iSuant uxj.ee ~ ^ ~ ^ 

„ i; Char-a'nuit completely justify the neea xor ;.n« u=e or 
: . the techrieue and at the sane tine assu_e ihau xi. call be 
s^> f e 1 y used without any danger or embarrassment s-O 
•B^ltn th- facts are incorporated in a cenoranGun wn.ee, ; 
■^^Sccord'r-ctf with the. Director’s instructions as. sen., to 
C Soisocor to the Director for approval, subsequently 

t Sis'niro'randum is filed j£ the Assistant Director’s oxaxce 
: r under a "Co Not File” procedure. C4-J •;. V. av.v 1 --’ a ' 


"r ; : -r XC-In 'the field the Special AgenL- in Charge. prepares 
A’in 7 Aal memorandum showing that' he ‘obtained Bureau - 
tX^ity and this memorandum is filed in his sale mul 
;■ ev. usxt insoectioa by Bureau Inspectors, a-, soxa ‘i-S 

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Senorandum to Hr. C. D. Deloach. - - 

3 a » ‘'BLACK BAG” JOBS . 


W teva «'ed rns tectai<&*' on s »*^Jy seXectiy*- • 


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- ' .••■ - V7 J-* J7 W I L^3 —* J-J. — J —* — » J. - ^ - t- » - 

;a sisV tat vith wide-range effectiveness, ?“£? "“^'S 

la h»v« several cases in the espionage ireadraor e^P^. - j - 
Aera through "blech: bag" jobs. -we tomaed-te i tit 

Lltpo-al agents actually bad' concealed on i-nexr P^^S 2 S_ Lne 
;qS;Staitaongh which they carried out their • clandsst.^e , ^ 
sprsrart^ons-^y^sj . . f . '-v\ 

^^-Also through the use of this' technique v/e* have on J-* 
onerous ‘.occasions been able to obtain ’material 

secret and closely .guarded, by subversive * \ 

fcions Tvhich consisted ox menfoersnip lisus and^ m-^^^ -~-7,. 
nf .these organisations .. (UJ)' '^11 

* "fer This applies 'ev4n to our Investigation oT che ? 

jo, in ux ' XIan3 You iaay recall that recently through, a -‘ - - >'■ 

”>fi-ck bag” job ve obtained. the records in Lbe possession. £f - 
three" hl^h— ranlring officials of a- klan organxzaxion in-_a sgfit* : 
exn State. These records gave us Lhe complete Eeno&^s lt ip - , 

e.nd financial Information concerning the' klan s ope-.ai._op. -.,.-_C. 
i?blch va have been using most effectively- t-o disrupu-^ >-r*e^ .- . 
organisation and, in'. fact, to bring _ about 


: b-"- vas .through, information 'obtained through- QUj - 

’black bag” operations that ,ve. obtained the. uasic inj.Or.ta a 

ISed to jSisru pt a subversive organization (U.) 


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been 


Through. the sane "technique ve have recently been. - -•*- 

-W‘n£ extremely valuable. information concerning .poll uical _ 
loua&nts in a foreign' affairs area , and ve also have ‘ / ’ 

. able to use it most effectively, in jx nunDer of instances . . 

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.ITZD^TATES GOVERN W^^0XJTE IN & fJO P ^ 

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Ik /f ** nm SIO »/W) DECLASSIFICATION AUTHOR LTY ti E P.IFI jft) - F E&H F CcIJahca- 

lyl^yY^Q^O^ibOJuLi/L /r\ m ?bi automat fc. declassification .&tfibE . Ccmio^ — 

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Mr. C> D. DeLoach 


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■-.date:- >uXy 19, 1965 


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“ ’• - :'^K%^rhe following: is set forth in regar d tj to your . 
‘ -sanest " concerning what authority we nave ior ol_ck 
: iohs and for. the "background of our policy and -procedure 


-- * : * 


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joes sii>* — /TrA 0 ' 

In such nailers. 

: - -• - -'. ; n’e do not- obtain autho ri zation x o3^J^bla.C£^-l?s.£ 

.••ioW'fro; t ’Bu^i3^^a^ Such a tecnnique involves 
'Irespiii^ndis clearly illegal; thereiore, u would _*>- 
^’•ir-oossible to obtain any- legal sanction j.or x<-. e - 


- l^hT^technioue in combating subversive activities 

* - — _ _ , . i- 3 -1 m nrr o *n n 


DJLS LU ^ 

niack ba°-” jobs have been used because they rep. 

_ - ** ur — rtimi'c ntra Q pi" “1 VI T. ~L S 


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■a clandestine nature aimed directly at undermining _ and 
sstroying our nation. ' (b l) 


■ -V.ilhe oresent procedure followed in the use ox chis 

*' t »chir cue calls for the Special Agent in -Charge a rield - _ 

- of5to to make his request for the use of the technique ^ 
to the aworopriate Assistant Director. .Tne^Special Agen^ 

- in. Charge" must completely justify the neea xor tne u^e Ox . . 

technicue and at the sane time assure that i_u c^n. be _ . 

-■ safely used without any danger or embarrassment uo tne ' . 

'Bureau ^he facts are incorpora Led in a ne^Ox anaun wnicn, ; 
in accordance- with the-. Director’s instructions is. sent to . _ 

- Toisonor to the Director for approval, subsequently 

■- Sis memorandum is filed ii the Assistant Director’s oixice. ...- 
'under a "Do- Not File” procedinre.(.\X)- ■■ V.i; r-.-.; .t - * . 

j.’ : d -In the field the Special Agent* in Charge. prepares _ . 

an informal memorandum showing than' he 'obtained Bureau . . _ 

‘ authority and this memorandum is filed m his sa^e ^^ 1 - - 

;’-the next inspection by Bureau Inspectors, at vi-ti tn, ^ .....A.-. 

is destroyed. - - - .-'/x -VdiVV -2; 

• • i .W-. Our most comurehensive use -or this tecnnique and 

o measure* of the outstanding success we have - achieved with . 
it involves its use in the "A" program. This involves the _ . 

surreptitious entry of premises utilized by aliens who are known ^ -- . 


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. -Memorandum l£ ttf- C D. Deloach - - ^ : i.: j| 

Be; "BLACK BAG’; JOBS . • ’• ■■■} y-' 7 

■'- ’• V. of a foreign power' The_searches_of. 'such premises are conducted;^!: 

request ~ of lnothe±government _agencyj_ bu± a^ 

v-o. n ■ ' ' throu°-h the intelligence imornaLion obr-ine ,. -Tfe_ ; 

' \ hnve-h^en operating this program ior twelve years ';__J/A;L 

..date o~ ff g: 

I agency which has requested these searches. . ...-Cj--.it' 

.. ■ - ^ . In addition, .the xm-el- v .: .t.^, 

L- “ “ ~ '- - j -u-~ ■Ur^o.-n "h P-vnnri . 1 ' ' 'i 7 ~~y -'! 


- - r -= ^ • - - lye .have usea -. Q " ^ 

%UM3m. tat ultli widu-ran*. eiiectiveuess, jo "t'N 

r». have several cases In tha espionage iiead, ror 

-Biers through "bla.cS: bag" jobs, we de.ernmed-that susp- - ,. 
-^il^al a-eSts actually bad' concealed on their premises die -/. ..j 
,V eqnl^taitaongh which they carried out their; clandestine^ ^ 
operatioas. .- . __ . f 

Ij^o .though the use of this technique v,e_have^on .^1,',.; 

. nuner'oiis .occasions been able to obtain nat-erial he±ft ^-.~y .-■ 

■ ■ secret and closely .glided, by subversive groups and organiza- ^. .. J 
tions -which consisted of memoersnip ^ s . uS ~Z 

: ■ of these organisations.. (J ; uQ- 


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' '.. 'LL'- jLt . This applies : even to our investigation oi. the _ 

I Su Klux ' Klan „ You may recall that- recently tnrougb. a.- - • s-[[~ 

"black bag” job we obtained. the records in the pos5essioa.pL. __ 
i thrie high-ranking officials of a- klan organxnaxxon rn-a spth _ , 
iiern state. These records gave us the complete EienoeiS.-ip • > 

Jnnd financial information concerning the- klan s opera uron . 
Jt^hich we have been using most eff ect-ively- *-o d^srupu ** ■‘■® - -. • 

I 1 V^CT ^ . . - -r in- - cn praffraTI D 


'pnicn tvs Ju 3 .ve uecu hiuo u - ~ t-* * _ . . . * * - 

c?' : {organization and, in. fact, to brimgabout^ 

£; i ~ t l-"- J.-.:;'-" -Xt was .through information - obtained through- oui.^. - ■ --yj[ 

C’.V | "black bag” operations that ye, obtained the. basrc inj . Pi. uro n v--: - s 
.■-V;’ I used t o dis ru pt a su bversive organization .i •' ; ** 7* 




.’"-•1 'Through the sane ‘technique’ we have "recently- been • 

■ raC 3-' ving extremely valuable information concerning .poliuical ^ 

■ deveionments in .a foreign affairs area _ , and we also have : "i 

been able to use it most effectively in a nunDer of 3 mss.aqces . • . . ; 

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-f.T^~np~r r> •n rhtm to Mr, C.'B« jjSj.fOa.cll 
re: "BLACK BAG 5 * JOBS 


’recently! ihrough„which yra have obtained information - pone jrnxng: 

intelligen.ee 2.Cbivi^iss dia.ee ted 


p'X'OWXn^ XYZ country 

r .at this country. . 


•"•Jn short' it is a very valuable- weapon which, we- have 
''used to combat the highly - clandestine efforts of subversive . 

~ tion.' (M-v . -. ... 


sleneuts seeking - to undaname our ia 


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Webster 



Honorable William H. 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Room 7176^ J. Edgar Hoover Building 
9th & Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. 
j^Washington, D. C. 


Dear Judge Webster: 


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Exec. Al 
Exec. AOrAdm. L 
‘ExdC. AD*LES_ 
Asst. Dir.: 

Adm. Servs. 
Crim. Inv. _ 

Ident. 

Intel!. 


Laboratory __ 

Legal Coun 

’Plan & Insp. . 

Rec. Mgnt. 

Tech. Servs. . 
Training 


Public Affs. Off 

Telephone Rm. 

Director's Sec’y [j 


As you know, the trial in United States v. 
jjFelt and Miller is scheduled to begin in January, 
*1980. The trial team, headed by John Nields, has 
I'been working closely with the Bureau in preparation 
$for discovery and trial, and I am advised that they 
(have received excellent cooperation. 

i % & YJ 

We are now at a crucial stage°in which key* 

1 documents needed by the prosecution and by the 
idefense must be processed, including declassifi- 
cation, redaction and summarization, on an expedited 
;J.basis . I would appreciate your assistance in help- 
ing to insure that this process is accomplished as 
^expeditiously as possible, and particularly that 
^decisions concerning the treatment of classified 
'^material are made in a manner which, while fully 
|consistent with national security concerns, is 
.^appropriately sensitive to the requirements of this 
[•’important prosecution. It would be particularly 
^helpful if Paul Daly, who has been so extrao'f'di? 5 
.narily helpful to the prosecutors throughout their 
'/work, could be made available on a full-time^ba^ii^ 
^during this period of intensive preparation. 



1980 


Sincerely, 


tas ssfiS 



Bei^jamin R. Civiletti 
Attorney General 


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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

i Memorandum 

i')Srr'w/l. . BailejS^ 


/ 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


As^oc. Dir. 

Dep. AD Adm. 
Dcp. AD Inv. _ 
Asst. Dir.: 

Adm. Servs. 

Crim. Inv. 

Ident. 

Intel! 


FROM : R. p. Finzel 


$ 


W. MARK FELT, 


SUBJECT: UNITED STATES V. 

DISCOVERY PROCEEDING , TRIAL 
PREPARATION 


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Mr. 

Mr. 

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Mr. 

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Mr. 

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date: 12/5/79 
H . A . Boynton 
A. L. Steel 
J . A . Mintz 
P . Daly 
W. L. Bailey 


laboratory 

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Plan. & lns£. 

Rec. Mgnt. 

Tech. Servs. 

Training 

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Tierney 
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PURPOSE : To advise that at Departmental request the FBI' 

is evaluating classifiability of material in 
29 subject areas regarding foreign influence on 
Weatherman. Review, involving appropriately 17 volumes 
of documents, scheduled for completion on or about 12/18/79. 

DETAILS : On 12/4/79, Departmental Attorneys Francis Martin 
and Daniel Friedman conferred with Section Chief 
Finzel to request Bureau evaluation of the classifiability 
of Departmental write-ups of 29 subject areas of foreign 
influence on Weatherman. The Department had summarized 
and grouped material from 17 volumes of documents into a 
synopsized version of approximately 50 legal length pages 
particularizing foreign influence on Weatherman’ in 29' 
areas. The Department intends to, in the near future, 
make a substantive proposal to the defense in this matter 
regarding classifiability of foreign influence on 
Weatherman. The Departmental Attorneys requested 
expeditious Bureau evaluation of the classification of 
their write-ups. Finzel advised these Attorneys that 
the Bureau will cooperate in this matter. and. afford it .» i ** / 
priority 'attention.. / *p //& Jy / / S ' — ~ 

One Special Agent, four classification analysts, 
and two clerical personnel have been assigned as of this 
date to conduct classification review.. Tentative * 

completion dated 12/18/79. 

OCT 14 1980 

RECOMMENDATION : None. For information. 







KIK: 

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Ident. 

Intell. 

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SsosdteAgeaey. Ctotafdy, as. totfcoso $»oin&te» iter ageueies 
aol« “ tos to saake tte* dstesatotioa as' to t?M, Hmy&feg* saulse 4 !^te$ 
during trial. • 


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Ident. 

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UNITED STATES GOVERNMEN 

Memorandum, 


UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
-a jr i FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


date: 12-20-79 


to : AssistaQp*Director 

Records Management Division 

from : Legal Couns 

subject: u.S. v. W. MARK ^LT, et al. 


Legal Couns i 


JOANNE KINOY, etal., v. 

JOHN N. MITCHELL, et al. 
(U.S. D. C., S.D.N.Y.) 

CIVIL ACTION NO. 70-CIV-5698 


Assoc.>dir: * 

Dep. AD Adm. 

Dep. AD Inv. 

Asst. Dir.: 

Adm. Servs. 

Crim. Inv. 

Ident 

Intel! 

Laboratory 

Legal Coun. 

Plan. & Insp. 

Rec. Mgnt. 

Tech. Servs. 

Training 

Public Affs. Off 

Telephone Rm. 

Director's Sec'y 


ML INFORMATION CONTAINEB 
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John Nields, prosecutor in the Miller, Felt, Gray case requested 
access to documentation of claims of executive privilege executed by the 
Attorney General in the Kinoy case where such claims concern surreptitious 
entries. 


I caused the documentation to be located and this matter to be discussed^ 
with David White the Department attorney representing the Government in the 
Kinoy case. With White's concurrence, the attached documents may be reviews 
by Nields. These materials are under seal in the Kinoy case; therefore, I 
request that they not be made a part of the files of the prosecutor or furnished 
him for use in thesprosecution without prior specific approval by me and by 
David White. 

RE COMMENDATION : / ^ , . . /> 

G3- - / / f Q <*/ 

That Paul Daly and/or Joe Tierney make these documents availablejlp r 
review by John Nields under the conditions indicated above.** " uni ~~ ^ 




Enclosure 

1 - Civil Litigation Unit II 
1 - Mr. Bailey 
1 - Mr. Mintz 




APPROVED: 

Director 

Exec. AD-inv. __ 
, Exec. AD-Adm.^ 
Exec. AD-LES 


24 1980 


Adm. Serv. a 
Crim. Inv. 

Ident. 

Intel!. 

Laboratory 


Legal Coun. 
Plan. & Insp. 

Rec. Mgnt, 

Tech. Servs. 

Training 

Public Affs. C 



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U.S. Savings Bonds ^ e ^reerYtDer 


avihgs Plan 


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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 


Mr . Boynt 


L. Baile 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

1 - Mr. Boynton 
1 - Mr. Colwell 
1 - Mr. Steel 
date: 12/26/79 

1 - Mr. Cregar 
1 - Mr. Mintz 
1 - Mr. Mullen 
1 - Mr. Bailey 
1 - Mr. Tierney 


subject: u# s> vs< w> F elt, ET AL. 

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Attached are two court orders issued in captioned 
matter on 12/21/79 by Chief Judge William Bryant. One court 
order overrules the Government's claims of privilege as to 
two documents. These documents contain information received 
from foreign governments. Judge Bryant notes that "claims of 
privilege have not been afforded absolute status" by the 
courts and that in balancing interests of the defense it is 
necessary for the defense to be furnished the information 
contained in the documents . Judge Bryant allows that the 
documents can be redacted to protect the foreign government 
source as has been done with other documents in case. ./ 

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By way of background, during tne^early pnases- o*f 
discovery the defense was inadvertently given acc ess 
foreign government information which had been redacted to 
protect sources. The court, the Department and the defer^| 
were aware these few disclosures were inadvertent 3$hd sr^ps 
were taken to correct this. <*&&& 

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Memorandum W. L. Bailey to Mr. Boynton 
U. S. VS. W. MARK FELT, ET AL. 

TRIAL PREPARATION 


The second order generally provides that certain 
documents redacted to protect sensitive sources and methods, 
per the supplemental protective order of November 5, 1979, be 
lifted and information be made available under that order 
with certain redactions lifted. These redactions were made 
in conformance with recommendations of the Intelligence 
Division and were reviewed by the Department. Lifting of 
these redactions will allow the defense access to highly 
sensitive material. 

On 12/22/79 John Nields, Departmental prosecutor in 
this matter, advised he had not discussed these orders with 
higher authorities in the Department. However, he mentioned 
the possibility of submitting a motion to the court to 
reconsider. Obviously, another possibility is vacating the 
claim of privilege as to this information. It should be 
noted we have canvassed the foreign governments in this 
matter and their uniform position has been to protect the 
information. As to information redacted under the 
supplemental protective order, whether to comply or not is 
within the purview of the Bureau and the Department since the 
material in question is FBI generated. 


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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 


UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 


v. 


W. MARK FELT and 
EDWARD S. MILLER 


Criminal No. 78-00179 

filed 


MEMORANDUM AND ORDER 


A 


DEC 2 1 1979 

JAMES F. DAVEY, Clerk* 


On August 17, 1978, this court, pursuant to Fed. R. 

Grim. P. 16(a)(1)(c), granted certain discovery requests 
of defendants Felt and Miller. Two such requests. Miller's 
request #11 and Felt's request #C-4, were directed at 
materials reflecting the foreign activity of the Weathermen 
Organization, including foreign travel and contact or 
collaboration with foreign powers or agents. This court- 
considered these materials relevant to the defendants T 
asserted defense of reasonable reliance on the authority of 
superiors. See United States v. Barker , 546 F,2d 940 
(D.C. Cir. 1976). 

In particular, part (d) of Miller 1 s request #11 asked 
for 11 [ a] ny and all reports of foreign law enforcement or * 
governmental agencies including but not limited to the 
Royal Canadian Mounted Police; 11 Felt's request #C-4 encompassed 
all 11 [d] ocumentary materials made and maintained or received 
by the Justice Department and the FBI in the ordinary 
course of business. ..." 



1 - Miller's request #ll, as limited by this court, is directed 
at FBI and Justice Department documents Miller might have- 
come in contact with while serving with the agency. Felt's 
request was directed only at FBI and Justice Department material 

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On December 13, 1978, defendant Miller filed a motion 

to compel discovery of material relating to the foreign 

activity of the Weathermen Organization. The motion alleged 

that the government had failed to produce documents received 

from foreign intelligence agencies and the NSA falling 

within the scope of Felt and Miller’s discovery requests 

#C-4 and #11. The government failed to respond directly 

to this motion; it did, however, continue to challenge 

the applicability of the Barker -Martinez defense underlying 

the defendants* discovery claim. During a hearing among 

the parties, this court rnlecj that the Barker -Mart in ez 

defense was available to defendants Miller and Felt. 

Transcript of Hearing, 2/22/79, at 57-58. 

On March 30, 1979, counsel for the government advised 

this court that although M [t]he government has completed 

its discovery,* 1 "some dispute will remain as to the adequacy 

of the government’s compliance with discovery and that 

in camera resolution of those disputes by the court will 

be necessary. " Letter from F. J. Martin to Chief Judge 

William B. Bryant (3/30/79). On April 4, 1979, defendant 

Miller moved to dismiss the indictment for failure to 

produce material received from foreign intelligence sources 

and the NSA relating to the foreign activity of the 

Weathermen; defendant Felt filed a similar motion on 
2 

April 6, 1979. 

The government responded by filing a Motion to Modify 
the August 17, 1978 discovery order. Th is court was asked^ 

* - ' , ~ J " ** ^ , . 

■g I Defendants ' discovery requests directed at material sent 
by NSA to the FBI were resolved during an in camera hearing 
among the parties. Transcript of Hearing, 3/16/79 , at 18, 37. 

3 - The motion was filed under seal. 

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to relieve the government from complying with Miller's 

discovery request #11 (d) or any portion of his request 

#11 or Felt's request #C-4 requiring the production of 

documents or information obtained by the FBI from cooperative 

foreign intelligence agencies. According to the government, 

such documents and information were submitted to the FBI 

pursuant to strict understandings that they would not be 

disclosed to anyone outside the Executive Branch without 

4 

consent of the foreign source. 

In support of its motion, the government distinguished 
two types of documents or information received from foreign 
sources: material disclosing contact or collaboration 

between the Weathermen and hostile foreign powers and 
material resulting from the general surveillance and 
investigation of Weathermen fugitives and other suspected 
"hippies" by intelligence agencies of the host foreign 
country. The government concedes the relevancy of this 
first category. The Attorney General, however, has submitted 
in camera affidavits stating that disclosure of such 
documents ( or information contained in the documents) 
other than in an ex parte , in camera showing to this court, 
would adversely affect the national interest by severely 
impairing vital relationships with foreign intelligence 
agencies. The government has delivered approximately 38 
documents falling under this claim of^privilege to this 
court for ex parte , in camera review. Accompanying 25 


4 -- During an in camera session, conn sel 'for the g 6 v e r rimen t 
stated that the agreements permit disclosure only to current 
members of the intelligence community. Transcript of Hearing, 
8/30/79, at 32. The government has asked the respective 
foreign intelligence agencies to disclose the disputed 
material. The agencies have refused. 

5 - Twenty documents were submitted to this court in April 
1979. Subsequent submissions have raised the total to 38. 


Greenberg/Gray-6879 


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i 

of the documents are memorandum, reports, and other material 
from non- privileged domestic sources. The government claims 
that these discoverable domestic sources provide the defendants 
with "parallel" or partially "parallel” information, thereby 
amounting to adequate compliance with the discovery requests. 
Although no "parallel information" of any type could be 
found for the remaining 13 documents , the government has 
submitted admissions conceding relevant facts that also 
appear in most of the material. 

The government has also delivered to this court for 
ex parte , in camera review approximately 900 documents or 
Information from foreign agencies pertaining to general 
surveillance and investigation of Weathermen in the host 
foreign country. These documents are first alleged to be 
irrelevant and immaterial to the defendants’ case; if the 
court should find the opposite, the government has indicated 
its intent to assert a claim of privilege identical to the 
one described above. 

On June 5, 1979, defendant Miller filed a motion to 

produce the specific understandings with - foreign agencies 

prohibiting disclosure of intelligence information or material 

6 

forwarded to the FBI. 


B 


The defendants have developed two complimentary legal 
arguments, each In the end resting on the asserted Importance 
of material, from foreign agencies for : the ^elaboration of ■ — 


6 - The government has since indicated that' these understandings 
are not In writing. Government’s Response to Miller’s Motion 
to Produce "Specific Understandings With Foreign Government 
Agencies" at 1 (under seal) . 


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their Barker -Mart Inez defense. Defendants argue that tlie 


government * s motion to modify the discovery order of August 
1978 is premised on a faulty claim of privilege, an improper 
use of ex parte , in camera procedures, and shields material 
at the heart of their defense. Their motion to dismiss the 
indictment stresses the latter point, implicitly accepting 
the claim of privilege but relying on the doctrine developed 
by Learned Hand in United States v. Andolschek , 142 F . 2d 
'503, 506 (.2nd Cir. 1944): the government cannot choose 

to prosecute an individual while erecting a claim of privilege 
to hide material relevant to the defense. 

It appears most logical to address first the validity 
of the asserted privilege and the ex parte , in camera, 
procedures adopted to determine its applicability and impact. 
If the privilege and procedure are legally permissible, 
this court must then determine whether the nature of the 
desired material requires a choice between dismissing the 
indictment or refusing to modify the August 1978 discovery 
order . 

1 . The Claim of Privilege 

The affidavits submitted by the Attorney General comply 
with the procedural requirements set forth in United States 
v. Reynolds , 345 U.S. 1, 7-8 (1953) (formal claim of 

privilege must be lodged by head of department after "actual 
personal consideration by that officer") . The defendants 
aFtaclTthe substance of the asserted privilege. They stress 
the failure of the Attorney General to specifically invoke 
a claim of "state secrets." Defendant Miller’s Opposition to 



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Government’s Motion to Modify at 6-7. Moreover, they 
claim that the defendants viewed much of the material while 
employed at the FBI, thereby making the present attempt 
to prevent disclosure unreasonable and unnecessary. Id . 

The defendants 1 suggestion that the claim of privilege 
somehow lacks potency because the Attorney General failed 
to recite the words "state secrets" is unconvincing. His 
affidavit states that disclosure of the material would 
adversely affect relationships with foreign intelligence 
agencies that are essential to our national security interest 
This type of determination, by a key figure in the Executive 
Branch, falls well within those "areas of Art. XX duties 
[to which] the courts have traditionally shown the utmost 
deference." United States v. Nixon , 418 U.S. 683, 710 
(1974). See United States v. Reynolds , 345 U.S. 1, 10 
(1953) (determination by Secretary of Air Force that exposure 
of military matters would jeopardize national security). 

Defendants* claim that Miller or Felt might have viewed 
the material in the past does nothing to vitiate the asserted 
privilege. Protection of sources, not information, lies 
at the heart of the claim by the Attorney General. 

The government has indicated that the agreements with 
foreign agencies permit disclosure only to present members 
of the intelligence community on a "need to know” basis. 

The respective foreign agencies whose information is at 
issue in this case have not consented to disclo-sure. 

In short, neither the manner in which the privilege is 
asserted nor the prior 'exposure' of the material t o 

7 - The importance of this objective has been stressed 
recently by intelligence agencies in other contexts, and 
has met with court approval. See Hayden v. NSA, No. 78-1728, 
slip op. at 6-7 (D.C. Cir., Oct. 29, 1979). 



Greenberg/Gray-6882 


the defendants renders the claim of privilege invalid. 


2 . Xn Camera, Ex Parte, Review of the Material 
a. Documents Claimed to be Immaterial 

As discussed earlier, supra at 3-4, the government has 
designated a number of documents containing information 
from foreign intelligence agencies as immaterial or ir- 
relevant to the defendants' case. The government contends 
that these documents merely disclose efforts by foreign in- 
telligence agencies to record the activities of Weathermen 
and other suspected radicals , and do not expose contacts 
between Weathermen and agents of hostile foreign powers. 

At the request of this court, the documents have been 
submitted for in camera , ex parte review. 

Although the original discovery order in this case 
encompassed all aspects of the foreign conduct of the 
Weathermen Organization, e . g . foreign travel and cor- 
respondence, Fed. R. Crim. P. 16 (d) (1) * allows for modification 
upon a sufficient showing. In camera ex parte presentation 
of disputed material is recognized as an appropriate means 
of establishing such a showing. United States v. Pel ton~ 

578 F . 2d 701, 707 (8th Cir.) , cert . denied , 439 U.S. 828 
(1978) . Such a procedure need not be triggered by a formal 
claim of privilege, infra at 9-10; it is also justified 
when the sensitive nature of the disputed material is 
apparent. Id. at 707* ^(material d i s c l.os e d identity of 
individuals cooperating with government on criminal 
prosecution); United States v. Buckley , 586 F.2d 498, 506 

& n.6 (5th Cir. 1978), cert . denied , 440 U.S. 982 (1979) 

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(defendant sought production of FBX investigative files). 

The agreements covering the use and dissemination of 
information received from foreign intelligence agencies 
lead this court to conclude that in camera , ex parte review 
of the material will best serve the public interest. See 
United States v. Buckley , 586 F.2d 498, 506 (5th Cir . 1978) , 

cert . denied , 440 U.S. 982 (1979). 

The adoption of in camera , ex parte procedures does 
not threaten the defendants* constitutional right to ex- 
culpatory material, Brady v. Maryland , 373 U.S. 83 (1963), 

or their statutory right to material evidence. Fed. R. Crim. 

P. 16(a)(1)(c). Defendants* reliance on Alderman v . 

United States , 394 U.S. 165 (1969) and its progeny is 

misplaced. Alderman involved determining whether certain 
evidence was "tainted" as a result of fourth amendment 
violations and vulnerable to a motion to suppress; a 
determination that the Court stressed was subtle, complex 
and prone to error when performed without the defendant. 

394 U. S . at 181-82. 

The present case, however, requires determinations 
of exculpation and materiality. In United States v. 

Agurs, 427 U.S. 97, 106 (1976), the Court foresaw the use 

of ex parte proceedings as a permissible means of uncovering 
exculpatory and material information. This approach has 
been widely used by the lower courts before and after Agurs . 

See , e . g . United States v . Loin an- , 551 F.2d 164, 166 (7 th C ir . ) , 

cert , denied , 433 U.S. 912 (1977); United States v. Ross , 

,_5JL1 F - 2 d 7 _5_7^„ . 7,6 5 (5th C ir . 19-7^-) % - cert . - denied ,423 U. S . — 

836 (1975) . > * - ‘ 

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This court: has been apprised of the essential elements 
of defendants 1 Barker -Martinez defense in a number of pleadings 
submitted in the case, as well as from long in camera 
hearings. In light of this background, and the experience 
of this court in disposing of discovery requests, it is 
doubtful that ex parte , in camera review will in any way 
prejudice the defendant. 

b . Material Falling Under the Asserted Privilege 

The government has voluntarily submitted this material 
to this court for in camera, ex parte review. In the present 
case, this procedure is necessary to determine whether 
invocation of the privilege is proper. United States 
v. Reynolds , 345 U.S. 1, 10-11 (1953). The defendants 

claim the material in the face of a criminal prosecution; 
this amounts to a "showing of necessity". sufficient enough 
to require this court to examine the material and insure 
that it contains information originating from foreign 
intelligence sources. Id . at 11. It does. 

In camera , ex parte review is not just necessary to 
insure that the material properly falls within the asserted 
privilege. The defendants have moved to dismiss the in- 
dictment for failure to comply with discovery. Thus, the 
court must evaluate now the importance of the disputed 
material within the context of this case. The standards 
aasoe-iated— with such a “review' ate discus sed in the succeeding 
section. Of present interest is the defendants* claim 

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( 

that they have a right to examine privileged material and 
argue about its impact on this case. 

It is obvious that "the security which the privilege 
is meant to protect," United States v. Reynolds , 345 U.S. 1, 

10 (1953 ) t will be jeopardized if defendants participate 

in an in camera examination of the material. In camera t 
ex parte review has been approved in a number of criminal 
and civil cases involving general discovery requests aimed 
at sensitive materials. In re Attorney General . 596 F, 2d 

58, 60 (2nd Cir. 1979) (civil) (FBI files), cert . denied 

sub nom . , Socialist Workers Party v. United States Attorney 
General , 48 U.S.L.W. 3239 (Oct. 9, 1979) (No. 78-1702); 

United States v. Boyce , 594 F, 2d- 1246, 1252 (9th Cir. 

1979) (criminal) (national security material) ; United States v . 
Buckley , 586 F.2d 498, 506 (5th Cir. 1978), cert, denied , 

440 U.S. 982 (1979) (criminal) (FBI files); United States 
v. Ehrlichman , 546 F.2d 910 (D.C. Cir. 1976), cert , denied, 

429 U.S. 1120 (1977) (criminal) (tapes of Presidential 
conversations) . The approach also has been adopted with 
discovery requests made in conjunction with motions to 
suppress. United States v. Lemonakis , 485 F.2d 941, 962-63 

(D.C. Cir. 1973), cert . denied, 415 U.S. 989 (1974); United 
States v. Humphrey , 456 F. Supp . 51, 59 (E.D. Va . 1978). 

In camera , ex parte review has also been contemplated as 
a means of Implementing subpoenas directed at sensitive 
material for use at trial. United States v. Nixon , 418 
U.S. 683, 714-715 (1974), or grand jury proceedings, 

Nixon v. Sirica , 487 F.TcT 10oT 720-21 (D.'c\~ Cir ~1973) . 

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The fun d ament a 1 difference between the type of review 


' at issue in Alderman and the present case has already 

been discussed, supra at 8-9. The national security 
considerations at issue here also counsel against too much 
reliance on Alderman , for when discovery requests touch upon 
”a field as delicate and sensitive as foreign intelligence 
gathering," in camera procedures may be necessary to 
determine that the defendants suffer no injustice. United 
States v. Lemonakis , 485 F.2d 941, 963 (D.C, Cir . 1973) , 

cert . denied, 415 U.S. 989 (1974) . 

It is important to note that the Alderman Court was 

not confronted with any claim of privilege, i . e , , national 

security, state secrets, or otherwise. Although the two 

companion cases involved espionage convictions, the effect 

on national security of permitting the defendants to examine 

transcripts of illegally heard conversations was not as 

8 

clearly delineated as it is in the present case. The 
existence of a formal claim of privilege, raises considerations 
similar to those presented by Justices Harlan and Fortas 
in their opinions in Alderman , 394 U.S. at 187 (Harlan, J. 

dissenting); id. at 201 (Fortas, J. concurring and dissenting 
in part) . Both Justices suggested that ex parte , in 
camera review prevail when a motion to suppress involved 
serious national security considerations. Their reasoning 
is persuasive in the context of the present case, when 
disclosure could jeopardize a number of reliable intelligence 
sources each capable of delivering a variety of intelligence 

8 - Thus the Court's general pronouncements favoring disclosure 
in all instances, 394 U.S. at 181, should not automatically 
be transposed to the present case. 


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information . 


See United States v. Williams , 580 F.2d 578, 


586 CD-C. Cir.), cert, denied , 439 U.S. 957 (1978) (under 

Alderman effect of disclosure on national security minimized 
because limited to "'defendant’s own conversations'” 
overheard on "'own premises'”). 

This is not to suggest that the interests of the 
defendants must be sacrificed in the name of national 
security. Xn the present case, the government has provided 
this court with "parallel” and "partially” parallel 
information, as well as admissions; it is possible to 
place the information from the foreign source alongside 
the substitute and identify any inadequacies. Compare 
with United States v. Alderman , 394 U.S. 165, 182 (1969) 

(such a comparison not possible when determining the subtle 
issue of "tainted conversations”) . 

This manner of presentation leads this court to 
believe that ex parte , in camera review will not prejudice 
the defendant. Taglianetti v. United States , 394 U.S, 316, 
317-18 (1969) (.task is not "too complex," or "margin of 

"error too great" to prohibit in camera judgment of trial 
court) . 

3 . Assessing the Defendants' Ueed for Discovery 

Defendants’ right to discover documentary material 
controlled by the government rests on two grounds : the 

constitutional right to discover exculpatory evidence, 
as developed In Brady v . v Hary 1 ah d ,"'37 3 U.S. 83 (1963), 

and the statutory right to documents which are material to 
the preparation of the defense. Fed. R. Crim. P. 16(a)(1)(c). 


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The Court has recently indicated that the constitutional 
right is rather narrow, applying only to material that 
"creates a reasonable doubt" about 'the defendant * s guilt. 

United States v. Agurs , 427 U.S. 97, 112 (1976). Although 

Rule 16(a)(1)(c) has at times been interpreted to track 
closely with the constitutional standard, see United 
States v. Ross , 511 F.2d 757, 762 (5th Cir.), cert , denied , 

423 U.S. 836 (1975), this court believes that documents 
are "material in the preparation of the defense" if there is 
a strong indication that they will play an important role 
in uncovering admissible evidence, aiding witness preparation, 
corroborating testimony, or assisting impeachment and 
rebuttal. See United. States v. Tanner , 279 F. Supp . 457, 

470 (N.D’. 111. 1967), rev 1 d on other grounds , 471 F.2d 

128 (7th Cir. 1972), cert denied , 409 U.S. 949 (1972) 

(cited approvingly in Notes of Advisory Committee on 1974 
Amendments to Rules of Criminal Procedure, 62 F.R.D. 271, 

311 (1975)); Rezneck, The New Federal Rules of Criminal 
Procedure , 54 Geo.L. J, 1276, 1278-80 (1966) (discussing meaning 

of "materiality" in predecessor to Rule 16(a)(1)(c)); 
cf . United States v. Crow Dog , 532 F.2d 1182, 1189 (8th^ 

Cir. 1976), cert , denied, 430 U.S. 929 (1977) (no Brady 
violation when undisclosed material would have been used 
for "minimal" impeachment purposes) , 

In the present case, the government has asserted that 
some documents are Irrelevant and Immaterial to the defendants 1 
c a se v _ This_.cour t Mias _ examine d-^a- va-epr es-ent ative s amp le - 
of such documents, with the constitutional and statutory 
standards discussed above In mind. This court believes 


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that ttiis material is not material to tlie defendants ’ 
case, in particular their Barker-Mart Inez defense. Such 
a defense does not require a general investigation of how 
friendly governments monitored Weathermen activities . 

Cf. Clay v. United States , 397 F.2d 901, 915 (5th Cir. 1968), 

vacated on other grounds sub nom. , Giordano v. United States , 
394 U.S. 310 (1969) (defense to violation of Selective 
Service laws did not require broad investigation into 
activities and procedures of draft system) . 

The government has conceded the relevancy of those 
38 documents falling under its claim of privilege; it 
has also attempted to minimize the effect of non-disclosure 
by claiming that information revealing contacts between 
the Weathermen and hostile foreign powers is not a "core" 
issue in the defendants’ case. Defendants follow the lead 
of the government, simultaneously dancing in two different 
directions. They attack the privilege, and argue that 
the documents falling under such a claim relate to "core 
issues and must be discovered, well aware that prosecutions 
involving sensitive intelligence information are often 
dropped by the government because of discovery and trial 
demands. E . g . , De Champ lain v. Me Luc as , 3 67 F. Supp . 1291, 

1293 n.l, 1295 (D.C.D.C. 1973). Or, defendants accept the 

privilege, argue that the withheld information relates to 
’’core issues," and move to dismiss the indictment. 

A satisfactory solution of the problem requires that 
the ” core/non- cor e , comply or dismiss" approach urged 
by the parties be jettisoned. Contacts between the Weathermen 
and hos-t~iT-e— f oreignpowers--ar e clearly defendants 

Barker-Mar tinez defense, and that defense is as close to 
the "core” as any other issue in this case. Defendants’ 
right to the material covered by the privilege must be 

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judged in reference to the constitutional standard set 
forth in Agurs, and the statutory standard incorporated 
in Rule 16. The latter, however , becomes more demanding 
in the context of a formal assertion of privilege. United 
States v. Nixon , 418 U,S. 683, 713 (1974) (Special Prosecutor 

required to demonstrate that subpoenaed Presidential material 
was M 1 essential to justice of the [pending criminal] case.'”); 
United States v . Haldeman , 559 F.2d 31, 76-77 (D . C . Cir. 

1976), cert , denied , 431 U.S. 933 (1977) (defendant required 

to show "’demonstrated, specific need for evidence’” in order 
for Rule 16 request to prevail over privileged Presidential 
material) (citing United States v. Nixon ) . 

This court has examined the 38 documents . Special 
attention has been given to the demands of the Barker —Martinez 
defense, and information already available to the defendants, 
e . g. "parallel" information, "partially" parallel information, 
admissions, and documents released earlier in the case. 

See United States v. Lee , 589 F.2d 980, 989 (9th Cir. 1979) 
(.defendant failed to establish that discovery material 
in his possession was inadequate to support defense) . 

Two documents contain information of extreme importance 
for the B arke r -Mar t in e z defense, and appear to meet the 
heightened standard of scrutiny associated with Rule 16 
in cases involving privilege and Agurs . 

This determination does' not require the dismissal of 
the indictment, as the defendants suggest. Such a result 

would be warranted only if the court recognizes the __ _ _ 

government’s claim of privilege as absolute, prevailing 
over the type of showing associated with Agurs and a 

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moire demanding version of Rule 16. Other claims of privilege 
have not been afforded absolute status . United States 
v. Nixon , 418 U.S." 683, 711-713 (1974) (confidentiality 

of Presidential conversations) • Roviaro v. United States , 

353 U. S . 53, 62-64 (1957) (informant’s privilege); Nixon 

v. Sirica , 487 F,2d 700, 716-718 (D.C. Cir. 1973) (con- 
fidentiality of Presidential conversations) . And although 
the Court has never directly addressed the manner in which 
a "claim of need to protect military, diplomatic, or 
sensitive national security secrets" is to be balanced 
against countervailing interests. United States v . Nixon , 

418 U.S. 683, 706, 712 n. 19 (1974), this court believes 

that the present case requires a balancing of interests 
similar to that found in other cases involving claims of 
privilege. 

Defendants’ interest in the two documents referred to 
earlier, supra at 14, is of "constitutional dimensions," 

United States v. Nixon , 418 U.S. 683, 711 (1974). The 
Agurs standard is designed to vindicate the due process 
clause of the fifth amendment, by insuring that the 
defendant receives all the material necessary for a fair 
trial. Heightened scrutiny under Rule 16 is designed to- 
identify only material that is of the utmost importance to the 
defendant and his counsel in the preparation of the defense. 

" [T] he allowance of the privilege to withhold” such material 
would "cut deeply into the guarantee of due process of law 
and gravely impair the basic function of the courts." 

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In addition to determining "the inroads of . . . [the] 
privilege on the fair administration of criminal justice, M 
id . at 711-712, this court must also determine the impact 
disclosure may have on the rationale and policy -underlying 
the claim, id. at 712. Two extensive protective orders 
are in effect in this case. The two documents in question 
are to be turned over to the defendant subject to any 
redactions necessary to protect intelligence sources, 

9 

pursuant to 1f8 of the December 1978 protective order. 

In addition, the two documents are to be stored in the 
vault at the Justice Department, in accordance with the 
supplementary protective order of November 1979. These 
factors lead this court to conclude that disclosure of the 
two documents will not unduly impair relationships with 
foreign Intelligence services. 

For the reasons set forth in this memorandum. It is 
hereby ORDERED that: 

(a) The government 1 s Motion to Modify the 
August 1978 Discovery Order is granted, except 
for documents Identified as 11(A)(1)(a) and 
111(F)(1)(a) (without the Appendix) which 
were submitted to this court for ex parte , - 

in camera review in April 1979. These two 
documents may be redacted to prevent 
disclosure of intelligence sources, pursuant 
to If (8) of the December 1978 Protective Order, 
and stored in accordance with the Supplementary 
P rot e.cfjLve ^.Order. - 

”5 - These redactions should resemble those used to protect foreign 
sources In material already turned over to the defendants. 

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Cb) Defendant Miller’ s Motion to Compel 
Discovery of Foreign Connections of Weathermen 


Date : 


is denied, except for the two documents referred 
to above in K (a) . 

Cc) The motions of defendants Miller and 
Felt to dismiss the indictment are denied. 

Cd) Defendant Miller’s motion to produce 
specific understandings with foreign governments 
is denied. 


-United States District Judge 




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Greenberg/Gray-6894 



ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 
HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE Q4-16-2009 BY 65179 dmli/baw/sbs 


UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 


y 

FILED 

DEC 2 1 1979 


UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 


JAMES F. DAVEY, Clerk 


v. 


Criminal No. 78-00179 


W. MARK FELT and 
EDWARD S. MILLER 


MEMORANDUM AND ORDER 

On November 5, 1979, this court entered a Supplementary 

Protective Order regarding access to documents redacted 
under paragraph (8) of the Protective Order dated December 22, 
1978. Paragraphs (3) and (4) of the Supplementary Protective 
Order provide that this court examine certain documents to 
determine if they shall be placed in the vault in unredacted 
form. During the last two weeks, this court has examined, 
in camera , the documents referred to in paragraph (3) , 
and those documents that the defendants have requested in 
unredacted form pursuant to paragraph (4) . 

In light of this review, the court ORDERS the following: 

Cl) All documents referred to in paragraph (3) of the 
Supplementary Protective Order shall remain in the vault in 
redacted form. 

(2) Those documents that the court has segregated into 
package (a) shall be unredacted to reveal any relationship 
(actual or suspected) between ’'bag job” targets and hostile 
foreign intelligence agencies and the location of bag jobs 
(projected or completed). Redactions in’ documents segregated 
into package (b) shall be removed only where indicated. 


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(3) All remaining documents examined by this court 
pursuant to paragraph (4-) of the Supplementary Protective 
Order shall* remain in the vault in redacted form. 

C4) Any statements by the government accompanying 
those documents that this court has determined will remain 
in the vault in redacted form shall be sealed and preserved, 
in accordance with Fed. R. Crim. P. 16(d)(1). 


‘United States District Judge 


Date: 




“ This does not apply to one document for which the government 
s preparing a more complete Rule 16(d) (1) submission. This 

i- h * t 

receipt of the government ’& s tatement , r— 


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HEKEIlJ.ig UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE' 04-16-2009 BY 65179 dlih/baiMsB 


Ereenberg/Gray-6897 


i 


UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 


. : Mr . Boynto: 


Bail© 


subject: UYSV VS : . : -W. : MARK F-ELT-, : ET -AL .- 
TRIAL PREPARATIONS 


PURPOSE:- 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


Mr • Boynton 
Mr. Colwell 

date: 12/27/79 
Mr . Steel 
Mr-. Cregar . 

Mr. Mintz fH 

Mr. Mullen /JLjffi 

Mr. Bailey 
Mr. Finzel 
.Mr-. Daly ^ 

. Mr-. Tierney 


Assoc. Dir. 

Dep. AD Adm, 

Dep. AD Inv. 

Asst. Dir.: 

Adm. Servs 

Crim. Inv. 

Ident. 

Intel! 

Laboratory 

Legal Coun. a 
P | a n .&l n s..^f 
Rec. Mgnt. ' 

s' Tech. Servs. 

Training 

Public Affs. Off 

Telephone Rm. 

Director's Sec’y 

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To advise of new tasks and deadlines set, as. well 
as action being taken to meet them based on hearing 12/19/79. 

DETAILS: 

On 12/19/79 the court postponed trial in this, case 
from 1/2/80 until 3/17/80. 


mJ 


The prosecution will outline for the court and 
defense sensitive areas of proof contained in documents ^ ^ 

revealed during discovery, propose methods to get around 
these sensitive areas (i.e., by substitutions , sanitized 
summaries, and/or stipulations and concessions) , and specify 
those extremely sensitive areas, the court-enforced public 
disclosure of which would force the prosecution to move for 
dismissal. This submission must be ready by 1/14/80. The’ 
defense will have 14 days to object (1/28/80) and the court , 

. will then rule within 15 days. / „ ./*/ 

The outline and proposals will be written by the 
prosecution- based upon a sample of relevant/sensitive docu- 
ments selected by them from the larger group designated by 
all the parties. This selection was to be given to ns on 
12/26/79 ^Jyut will now.be furnished to us for review, as soon 
as possible. We must .furnish comment in the form .pf a damage 
assessment for. the sample group by Wednesday, 1/9/80. . While 
a current classification review of these documents, would be 
desirable, it is not essential for IN.TD and CID tp render 
judgement ., It will be omitted, if necessary, to -adhere tp 
..the 1/9/80 deadline. Since they are part of the larger 
group, mentioned below, they will eventually be re viewe d for 
classification before they are used in court. , - 

The larger group of documents designated €by J 4He£ 4 
prosecution . and both defense camps must be completed (bo th 
^classification, review and damage assessment) by MofTd , sg?‘, 

1/28/80, so that the prosecution can respond to defense 
W, objections .which are due that day. 

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Memorandum W.L. Bailey to Mr. Boynton 
RE: ' U.SV.VSV W,= MARK FELT/ ET Mr .- 
TRIAL PREPARATIONS 


In order for INTD and CID to make the 1/28/80 dead- 
line, RMD must finish their classification review by Wednesday, 
i/23/80 . 


The two orders of the court dated 12/21/79 regarding . 
redactions on vault documents are the" .subject of a separate 
memorandum. 


' RECOMMENDATION : ■ 

None. For .information.- 


APPROVED: 

Director 
Exec. AD-Inv. 
Exec. AD-Adm. 
Exec. AD-LES 



Adm. Serv. 
Crim. Inv.__ 

fdent. 

Intel!. 

Laboratory 


Legal Coun. 

Plan. & Insp. 

Roc. Mgnt._ Jv 

Tech. Servs. 

Training ~~~' 

Public Affs. Off. 


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HERE IIJ IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sb 


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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 

to Bailey 

from ^Joseph L. Tierney 

i 

subject: U.S. VS. W. MARK FELT, ET AL. 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


Asioc. Dir. 

Dep. AD Adm. . 
Dcp. AD Inv. _ 
Asst. Dir.: 

Adm. Servs. „ 

Crim. Inv. 

Ident. 

Intel]. 


date: 1/7/80 


Laboratory 

Legal Conn. 

Plan. & Insp. __ 

Rec. Mgnt. 

Tech. Servs. 

Training 

Public Alls. Off. . 

Telephone Rnu 

Director's Sec'y _ 


On 12/18/79, at the request of Executive Assistant 
Director Colwell, Mr. Paul V. Daly, observed his opening of apt 
envelope. The envelope was in his desk draw and bore (then) 
Inspector Paul L. Mack's initials and was sealed with scotch- 
tape . ' , 

The contents of the envelope were copies of the 
so-called two-line memoranda authorizing "black bag" jobs. 
Attached to the memoranda was a routing slip to the Director 
dated 5/25/77 advising the originals had been shown to (then) 
Attorney General Bell and given to (then) Assistant Attorney 
General Civiletti on 5/25/77. 

The memoranda, routing slip and envelope are being 
placed in file for record purposes. (62-118Q45) , . 

^ %cio$uns 

\J/ p VD : tdp (2) 

/EifCL.; . ... i -D 

1 Mr. Daly 



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Saving s Bonds Regularly on the Payroll Savings Plan 


FBI DOJ 


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Greenberg/Gray-6901 


Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Office of Associate Director 


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DATE 04-16-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/s 


J^Director 

— Mr. Held 

— Mr. Adams 

ivlr. McDermott 

— Mr. Ash 

— Mr, Bassett 

— Mr. Cochran 

— Mr. DeBruler 

— Mr. Decker 

— Mr. Fehl 

— Mr. Kelleher 

Mr. Leavitt 

Mr. Long 

Mr. Meincke 

Mr. Mintz 

Mr. Moore 

Mr. Boynton 

— Mr. Feeney 

— Mr. Mack 

— Mr. Reveil 




Miss Devine 

Telephone Room 

Reading Room 

Mail Room 

Teletype 

Pr. & Sp. Mgnt. Sec. 


. For Approp. Action 
. For Your Approval 
. Initial and Return 
. Please Call Me 
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ALL I1IF0RMATI dffot OBTAINED 

HERE III IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 06-09-2009 BY 65179 dmH/baw/sb 


April 17, 1973 


MR. FELT: 



RE: 


U. S. CHINA FRIENDSHIP 
ASSOCIATION 


On April 16, 1973, 
of the San Francisco office requested authority 
to contact an anonymous source at an offic e 


building on [ 


He 


assured me that such could be accomplished with 


full security and I gave him authority -to proceed 


ACTION: 


For information. 


xf'T, 



Greenberg/Gray-6905 



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April 13 , 1973 


MR. FELT: 




On April 13, 1973 , | | of 

the New York Office requested au thority to conta 
an anonymous source at Apartment ! 

New York, New York. He assured me that such 
could be accomplished with full security and I 
gave him authority to proceed. . V V 


ACTION: 


For information. 


E. S. Miller 


ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 

HEREIN 15. UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-2O-2OO9 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sb: 



Greenberg/Gray-6906 


March 8, 1973 


MR. FELT: 


REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVITIES - 
WEATHERMAN 

On March 7, 1973, SAC Arbor W. Gray, 
New York, requested authority to co ntact an 
anonymous source at I I Brooklyn, . 

New York. He assured me that such could be 
accomplished with full security and I gave him 
authority to proceed. , 


ACTION: 


For information. 



E. S„ Mill 



ALL IHFOPJIAT'IOH COMTAIHED 

Herein is unclassified 

DATE 04-20-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sb: 


Greenberg/Gray-6907 


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March 6, 1973 


MR. FELT 


DO NOT FILE 


Re 


aka 


ESP - PO 


b6 

b7C 


ASAC Hunter Helgeson of the Chicago Office 
called today and requested authority to contact an 
anonymo us source at 1 


1 Chicago, Illinois, He assured me that such 
could be accomplished with full security and Jie was 
given the authority to proceed. 


ACTION: 


For information. 


E. S. Mi lie 


AIL INFORMATION CONTAINED 

HSfeEIN 15 UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-20-2P09 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sbs 



Greenberg/Gray-6908 


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2/13/73 


MR. FELT 


DO NOT FILE 


On 2/13/73 SAC Arbor W. Gray, New York, 
requested authority to contact an anonymous source 
at the residence of I 

I 1 New York City. He assured 

me that such could be accomplished with full' . > 
security and he was given the authority to proceed.’ 


ACTION: 


For information. 


ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 

HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-2O-2OO9 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sb: 


E. S. Milled 


Greenberg/Gray-6909 


1/15/73 


MR. FELT 


DO NOT FILE 


Re: STRONGHOLD CONSOLIDATED 
PRODUCTIONS, INC. 


On 1/15/73 SAC Andrew J. Decker, New York, 
re quested authority to contact an anonymous source 
at | | New York City. He assured me 
that such could be accomplished with full security 
and he was given the authority to proceed. 


ACTION: 


For information. 


ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 

HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-2O-2OO9 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sbs 



Greenberg/Gray-6910 


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1/10/73 


MR. FELT 


DO NOT FILE 


Re: 


b6 • 
b7C 


On 1/10/73 SAC J. Wallace LaPrade, Newark, 
re quested authority to conta ct an anonymous source 
at | I Union, New Jersey. He 

assured me that such could be accomplished with full 
security and I gave him authority to proceed. 


ACTION: 


For information. 


ILL INFORMATION C OITA I MED 

HERE II IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-20-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sbs 



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Greenberg/Gray-6911 



12/13/72 



On 12/13/72 SAC Decker, New York, 
requested authority to contact the captioned 
anonymous source. He assured me that such could 
be accomplished with full security and I gave 
him authority to proceed. 


ACTION: 


For information. 



H ViWUr> Mini' WiVIl'H i » I W. . ' 

M0HN. IS UNCLASSIFIED 

I MF a/W/fc M sfjM&fLUcP 


Greenberg/Gray-6912 


11 / 22/72 


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MR. FELT 


DO NOT FILE 


ACTION: 


For information. 


£„ S 



EXEMPTED FROM AUTOMATIC 
DEC LAS £ I F I CAT I OM 
AUTHORITY DERIVED FROM: 

FBI AUTOMATIC DECLASSIFICATION GUIDE 
EXEMPTION CODE 25XU) 

DATE 04-20-2009 


ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 
HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED EXCEPT 
WHERE SHOOT OTHERWISE 


Greenberg/Gray-6913 



11/17/72 


DO NOT FILE 


ME. FELT: 


REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVITIES - WEATHERMAN 


On 11/17/72 SAC Decker, New York, requeste d 
authority to contact an anonymous source at | I 


Avenue. Brooklyn, who may have some knowledg e concerning 

He 


assured me that such could be accomplished with full 
security and I gave him authority to proceed. 


ACTION: 


For information 






ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 

HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-20-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sbs 


Greenberg/Gray-6914 



10/24/72 


DO NOT FILE 


MR. FELT: 

REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVITIES - WEATHERMAN 

On 10/24/72 SAC, Portland, requested authority 
to contact our anonymous source at the Vision Works, 
Eugene, Oregon. He assured me that such could be 
accomplished with full security and I gave him authority . 
to proceed. 


ACTION: 

For information. 


< E. S. 

ILL INFORMATION C OITA I MED 

.HERE II IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-20-2009 'BY 65179 dmh/baw/sbs 



Greenberg/Gray-6915 


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MR* FELT: 


10/6/72 
DO NOT FILE 


ARAB INFORMATION CENTER 
INTERNAL SECURITY - MIDDLE EAST 


On 10/6/72 SAC Roy Moore of our Chicago Office 
telephonically contacted me and requested authority to - 
contact an anonymous source at captioned Center, 18 South 
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. He assured me that 
such contact could be accomplished with full security, 
and I gave him authority to proceed. . . 

ACTION: 


For information. 


I 


ILL INFORMATION C OITA I MED 

HERE II IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-20-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sbs 



Greenberg/Gray-6916 


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.MR. FELT: 


9/7/72 
DO NOT FILE 


AL FATAH 

INTERNAL SECURITY - MIDDLE EAST 


On 9/7/72 Security Supervisor I ^ 

Dallas Office, telenh onicallv contacted' Bureau Supervisor 

land requested authorization to contact 
an anonymous source In connection with captioned matter at 
the Arab Information Center, Suite 1302, Hartford Building, 
400 North St. Paul, Pallas, Texas. He assured that such 
contact could be accomplished with full security, , I was 
advised of the Dallas request during the course of this 

telephone call by Supervisor! |and authorized t|be 

contact of the anonymous source provided . ftyll .sepnrit^ |^a.s 
assured. . . 

ACTION : ■- / , •; .. 

For information. " 'y' ' 


, ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 
HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED 
DATE 04-20-2009 BY 65179 dmh/baw/sbs 



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FSBERfiJ* GOOTK?* 


P.S. VS. W. MARK FELT, ETAL. 


The Attorney General 


1 - Mr. Boynton 
1 - Mr. Colwell 
1 - Mr. Steel 
1 - Mr. Mintz 
1 - Mr. Cregar 
1 - Mr. Mullen 
1 - Mr. Bailey 
1 - Mr. Tierney 
1 - Mr. Daly 


In connection with captioned case, we have been 
furnished, by a series of letters, certain FBI documents 
identified by the Department for possible trial use by the 
defense . In general , we have been, requested to advise what 
information in those documents may be disclosed and what 
information must be protected. 

As you are aware, extremely sensitive information 
has been disclosed to the defense in the course of discovery 
This disclosure of sensitive material was prompted by the 
uniqueness of the case and our desire to assist in the 
prosecution. The disclosure was made to properly cleared 
counsel and defendants under a series of strict protective 
orders. Obviously, public disclosure raises different con- 
cerns and additional information must be protected . 

- We have reviewed the selected documents and have 
indicated to John W, Nields, Jr., What information must be 
protected and the reasons therefor. Generally,' the pro- 
tected information falls into the- following categories.: , 

1* Information which would, or would tend to, 
identify or compromise live sources. ’ . . 



2. Information disclosing the use of technical 
Surveillances and other extraordinary techniques in specific 
'investigations. Such information appearing in Weatherman* 
cc^L eS w ^-^' of course, not be protected nor will general,' 
nihformation disclosing the FBI r s use of such techniques.-, t, 

[ } Additionally, all information originating with * ^ 

[-foreign governments has been redacted in accordari6g^i^ s£r . E ^^ 
the Court's order of December 21, 1979. . . 

6 <3AN 24 * 1980 

Dep. ad Ad™ . We have not made redactions to protect privacy 

Dep.ADinv interests. Derogatory information of varying degrees* appSars""^ 

A Ad™. D w s in (dapuments and disclosure might prove harmful. 

Crim-. inv. i 1 would ^suggest-’ this information be protected where possible. 


Assoc. Dir. 


Ident. 

Intel) 

Laboratory 
Legal Coun. 
Plan. & Insp 
Rec. Mgnt 
Tech. Servs. 
Training 



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it up to 


fit' my understanding that procedures ,-havh been 
ref Or information originating with another ' Executive 

PVprrtdp t ( 14 ) SEE NOTE 1 PAGE TWO 

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Public Affp^O^s — 

Telephone^Rm. _ — — f/ 4M^ ^ t.'lff li uy\ y^' . ^ 

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FBI/DOJ 


The Attorney General 


We^SllnaiLte S^oS^DrfgSnt*?^ 1 prior to «*.ofcwm».- 

which should' be refeSS fnfS™J TCS . that “formation 

Further, certain of the rln™i™o C £ rd ^ lGe -, tilis Procedure, 
interests in specific foreicrn Snw dlsclosQ OUK investigative - 
sentatives. Traditionally h 1°« * r S and repre- 

SUOh ^^tioh, ana sho&d £ coSl?;r^Si s h ?; g St! Sifiea 




1 -• 'The Deputy Attorney General. 


1 - 


John W. fields, Jr, 

Special Counsel 
Criminal Division 


NOTE:. 


, . Draft specifically approved by Asst. Directo-rc! rt -F v 
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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 


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to : 

William 0. Cregar'^ 1 
Assistant Director 1 


FROM : 

John W. Nields, Jr. ^ 
Special Counsel 

subject: 

Declassification ^Foreign Influence 
United States v. Felt, et al 

dj 




date: January 11, 1980 


In order to avoid disclosure of foreign influence data 
obtained by the Bureau from cooperative foreign intelligence 
agencies the government made four admissions concerning 
foreign influence which then substituted for much of the 
foreign agency data. These admissions are attached and are 
all classified confidential. These admissions provide proof - 
of assertions that are highly relevant to the defense case . 
and which should be available for use at trial. Please >V\ 

let me know what direct harm to national security would 
result from disclosure of these admissions at trial. ^ 


cc: Francis M. Mullen, Jr. 
Paul V. Daly 
Robert Finzel 



Greenberg/Gray-6921 


[CONfJ^TIAL MATERIAL ATTACHED] 


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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 


FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


WASHINGTON, D.C. 20SJS 



March 29 > 1979 


IKS. vs Felt, et al 


The following admissions are made by the Government 
with respect to the issue of the foreign involvement of The 
Weatherman. These .admissions are made solely for the purpose of 
the litigation of U.S. vs Felt et al . (p) 

(1) Leaders of the Student for Democratic Society (SDS) 
and the Weatherman Underground Organization (WUO) contacted and 
met with officials of the Cuban government in order to make arrange- 
ments for travel to Cuba. Cuban government officials assisted in 
such travel arrangements. Leaders of SDS and WUO were also in con- 
tact with suspected Cuban intelligence officers. m 



n (4") Members of the SDS and WUO were in contact with 

1 representatives of the USSR, 


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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum, 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


FROM 


Mr. Boyntoif 


L. Bailey' 


SECRET 
dy^JjO&O 
FCM>K' 
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date: 1/21/80 


/2000 


subject: u.S. vs FELT et al 


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Assoc. Dir. - 

Dep. AD Adm. 

Dep. AD Inv. 

Asst. Dir.: 

Adm. Servs. 

Crim. Inv. 

Ident. 

Intel! 

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Plan. & Insp. 

Rec. Mgnt. 

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Telephone Rm. 

Director's Sec'y 


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To advise Judge William Bryant of U. S. District 
Court, Washington, D. C. , ordered the producti on 

of certain information whir.h originated with the | 1 

for discovery purposes. 

RECOMMENDATIONS : 


( S ) that the information s 
approval. 


1. That the Department be advised of our posit ion 


iuM not be disclosed absent 


WPR °m)l 

Director Y -wy 
Exec. AD-Im 
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advise the 


circumstances under .w! 

"approve 


ould the department make the disclosure, \ 
that the (S 0 is closure has been made and the 
der .whilM it was made. L *\ _ i i 




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HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED EXCEP" 
WHERE SHOWN OTHERWISE 


Director p(L 

Exec. AD-inVji^ 
Exec. AD-Adm. 

Exec. AD-LES 7 


Mr. Boynton 

Mr. Colwell 

Mr. Cregar (Attn: Mr. 

Mr . Mint z 

Mr. Mullen 


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Ident. 

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Laboratory 


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Plan. & Insp. 

Rec. Mgnt. ^ 

Tech. Servs. 

Training 

Public Affs. Off. 


Mr. Steel 
Mr. Bailey 
Mr . Daly 
Mr. Tierney 


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Mr. Bailey to Mr. Boynton Memorandum 
Re: U.S. vs Felt et al 



During discussions between SA Paul V. Daly and 
Special Counsel John W. Nields, on 1/20/80, it was th e consen- 
( S ) sus we would make a high-level contact with the | | to ask 

their approval for release of the information in question, 

- advising them the disclosure would be to cleared counsel in a 
vault ‘and that the defens e . would not be given possession of 
the documents . The I I would be advised disclosure would be bl 
(S) discovery purposes under a str ict discovery order. While 

there is no reference to I I as the source of the information 
in question, the environment in which it is being disclosed 
as well as its content would pinpoint them as the source. 


* On ,1/21/80 , Nields advised SA Daly that he had 



In prior discussions between Assistant Director 
Cregar and Nields, Nields was advised that the Bureau was 
under an obligation to secure approval of the foreign govern- 


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Mr. Bailey to Mr. Boynton Memorandum 
Re: U.S. vs Felt et al 


ment in question prior to release of its information. Cregar 
explained to Nields the nature of our arrangements with the 
foreign governments and, additionally, stated high-level 
contact could be made by high-level Bureau officials to secure 
the approval of that government. £*£3 






Memorandum to Mr. Boynton from W. L. Bailey 
Re: US. VS FELT ET AL 

ADDENDUM: INTELLIGENCE DIVISION (INTD) - continued 


The FBI has managed to use this information in its counter- 
intelligence investigations without compromising any CIA re- 
cruitments, thereby building a climate of trust between the 
CIA and the F BI that we would do nothing to .jeopardize se nsitive 
CIA sources, f I 


The PCI has a mission to protect sensitive sources ana 
methods and the U.S. Government's] I 


5) Should the information from this source become 
public, it would immediately result in a termination of the 
existance of the source. The FBI*s. recent experience with 


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OFFICE OF DIRECTOl 
FEDERAL. BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

January 22, 1980 


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ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 
HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED EXCEPT! 
WHERE "SHOWN OTHERWISE 

& 

Mr. Boynton 
Mr. Colwell 

Mr. Moore 

Mr. -B ailey. 




Judge, 


As we discussed this morning, a 
problem has developed in which 
District Court has ordered the 
production for discovery purposes 


Mr. Bnygp ^^' 10 

Mr. Cregar 

Mr. Herndon 

Mr. Joseph 

Mr. Long 

tflQMr. Mintz 


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Mr. Mullen 
Mr. Otto 



As you can tell from the memo and Intelligence 
Division's addendum, there is a strong belief here 
that this would be a serious mistake. The memo 
basically seeks your approval for our continued 
assertion of this position, and those involved would 
like you to consider personally contacting the 
Attorney General or Mr. Heymann to express concerns 
about the apparent decision. If you prefer not to 
personally contact someone in the Department, your 
concerns can be conveyed through Paul Daly and 
Special Counsel John Nields to the Attorney General^ 


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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 


Memorandum, J 

William 0. Bregsr^ 

Assistant Director r 

John W. Nields, Jr. 


subject: 


CjJ 


date: January 23, 1980 


John W. Nields, Jr. 
Special Counsel 


Declassification 
United States v. 


^Foreign 
Felt, et 


Influence 

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FBI AUTOMATIC DICLASSIFICATIOIJ GUIDE 

DATS Q4-21-Z003 
FBI INFORMATION ONLY 


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A review of documents which defendants have designated 
for trial use reflects a topic not covered in any of the 29 
write-ups previously forwarded to y ou for your review. That 

topic is the visit by to Moscow, Leningrad and 

a small Soviet village] during September-December 1967. Two 
documents reflecting this trip (9/23/68 [p. C] and 1/24/69 b6 
[p. 27]) are forwarded herewith for your analysis of the b7 

harm which would result from disclosure of this information 
at trial. (N.B. Availability of this information for use 
at trial would facilitate an argument that other information, 
far more sensitive and less relevant [relating to her 1964-65 
year in the USSR and to her efforts to arrange what became the^ 
1967 trip] , should be excluded as cumulative.) /Tie 



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t Paul V. Daly 

Robert Finzel 






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DATE 04 - 21 - 2009 ^^ 

FBI INFORMATION DULY 


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subject: 


Memorandum J 

William 0. Cregar v / .FEDERAL G 0 VER 2 MKHT 
Assistant Director 

John W. Nields, Jr. 

Special Counsel 

Declassification^ Foreign Influence 


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date: January 23, 1980 


United States v. L ^elt 





Please let me know as soon as possible what harm, if 
any, would result if the government were to make the following 
admission, for use at trial in United States v. Felt, re- 
garding the August 1968 SDS trip to Cuba: 

While in Cuba, members visited the Russian 

embassy and also met with a representative ^s^*** 4 ^ 

. T j . of the NLF, who urged that they _conduct 

' u ' demons tr ations^and raise money for the NLF. £g$ 

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For your information this proposed admission is a revised 
version of paragraph four of write-up 12 of the 29 write-ups 
prepared by the Department and reviewed for classification 
by Robert Finzel. It will be most helpful to the government's 
position to be able to make this admission. 6a-//.royr-. 



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Paul Daly 
Robert Finzel 


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U.s. VS. MARK FELT , ET AL. - TRIAL PREPARATION 
ROOM 4859, TL #224, EXT. 4763 

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DOCUMENT DESCRIPTION: 1 

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, . Viraj , 5 . . (or file & serial number) 


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1. Recommend Release: All ^ 'Part*'’ Nothing (circle one) 

[* portions to be withheld are bracketed] 


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ClimCTEROF CASE 


IS - SDS 

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information copies are being furnished to the above 
offices in view' of their interest in this matter. 

' OMAHA, - At Qgfc&h ft . Nebraska ; m - s' 

Will follow and report activities of the SDS in 
the Omaha Dirieio^. . _ 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS CLAIMED None JaCOUIT-I case has been: 




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"Humphrey, Ikon and Wallace are really no 
different from each other. Elections are a device 
used by the ruling class to decieve American 
workers and students into giving" up their just 
struggles and depending instead on ruling class 
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"The U‘, S. has no right to be in Tietnaai. The 
Vietnamese peoples* right to self determination is 
not negotiable. Workers and students shouldn*t have 
to get killed in an imperialist war for the bosses, 

"THE *m HD ORDER* ISSUE IS JUST A C0¥ER«UP FOR 


w and government su ppres sion of the black 
liberation movement, laestu®? anti-war movement 
aai the growing labor movement, * 


In September, 1968, k T-lgadv iaed that nn An™ at m. 
1968, several individuals, was] 1 

L I Dnbuque , ilsw to Mexico" City and Havana^ 

Cuon^ fhilein Cuba, Jyisited the Russian Embassy.* where 
he obtained posters ana literature. He was also a member of a 
group who met with a representative of the National Liberation 
Front (ILF), who encouraged the group to participate in anti- 
Vietnam demonstrations, collect money for ILF, and promote 
'- 1 ' 1 Communism,^ 


On November 14, 1968,M TjJadvised there had been 
no meetings of the SDS at LutherTollege since October 19, 1968, 
There had been a United States Air Force recniiteron the campus 
but there was no demonstration by the SDS 1 , m T-9j believed 
that interest in the SDS was declining, ^ 


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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum^ 

William H. Webster ^^ < 

to : Director QOVER mra^ y date: January 23, 1980 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

from • Philip B. Heymann 

Assistant Attorney General 
Department of Justice 

subject: United States v. f^alt , e tal 



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DATE 04-21-2009 BY 6S179 dmli/baw/sb 



( As you know, the defendants in the above- captioned case 

^ave demanded during discovery proceedings a copy of the 
attached document, which, as the Bureau has informed the 
Department, contains some information received from a foreign 
government intelligence service. As you requested, the < 

Department opposed this demand. By orders dated November 5, 
1979 and December 21, 1979, the Court denied the request of 
the defense for a copy of the document, but ordered that it 
be placed in a vault at the Department of Justice, and that • 
the defendants and their lawyers be permitted to read the 
document there. The Court also placed the document under a 
Court order, violation of which is punishable by contempt of 
Court, forbidding the defendants and their attorneys from 
revealing the information to anyone other than to the Court 
itself during argument. Again, at your request, the Attorney 
General filed a Claim of Privilege with respect to the in- 
ifbrmation in this document and asked the Court to reconsider 
fd^ie portion of its order requiring the Department to place 
the document in the vault. By order filed January 17, 1980, 
the Court denied the request to reconsider. 

I appreciate the force of the arguments which you put 
jto me during our meeting yesterday afternoon. However, I 
|have concluded that the Department should comply with the 
order of the Court because, for the following reasons, I 
am absolutely satisfied that, under the Court's order, we 
'will be able to protect' the foreign g o vernmen t ^s^inf orma tioiw 

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First, the Court has denied the defendants or their 
lattorneys physical possession of the document. 

Second, the information is subject to a Protective 
Order, punishable by contempt of Court, prohibiting the 
defendants or their attorneys from orally disclosing the 
information to anyone except the Court. 

Third, the information is, as a practical matter, of 
no use to the defense and will probably be disregarded by them 
as soon as they view it - both because it is not related 
to the issues in the case and because it was received by 
the Bureau after the end of the conspiracy charged in the 
indictment . 

Fourth, this case is unique in that both defendants are 
former officials of the Bureau (who had access to this docu- 
ment while they were in the Bureau) and both lead attorneys 
are former officials of the Department of Justice. 

i Fifth, the identity of the source of the information 

* will not expressly be revealed. 

Under these unique circumstances , it is my judgment 
«that the order of the Court must be obeyed. 


Greenberg/Gray-6936 


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Airtel 


1 - Mr., W. O. Cregar-(FS) 

1 - Ur, G. M. Quinn 
1 - Mr, D, Ryan 

8/22/73 

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UNITED STATES - CHINA FRIENDSHIP ASSOCIATION, aka 

United States - China People's Friendship Association 
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frbmexiended residence in the People's' Republic of China (PRC), 

Since 1971, the Steering Committee of the USCFA in San Francisco has 
been reported to be dominated and controlled by the Revolutionary 
Union (RU), a basic Marxist/Leninist/Maoist organization. Current 
information has been developed indicating Tompkins has been traveling 
throughout the United States seeking to organize new chapters and to 
coordinate the efforts of the USCFA, . r , ( ^ , ... • 

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In 8/71 the first public meeting of the United States - China ' 
People's Friendship Association (USCPFA) was held in New York City, 
after a preliminary organizing meeting had been held at the headquarterr 
of I Wor Kuen (IWK), a pro-Maoist group composed primarily of ethnic 
Chinese. The first meeting of the New York organization featured 
Victoria Holmes Garvin as a speaker. Garvin, a former leader of the 
Communist Party, USA (CPUSA)', also has had extended residence in the 
PRC,, where in the mid-1960 *s she married Leibel Bergman. Bergman is 
also a long-time communist who resided clandestinely in the PRC during 
the period 1965^1967. Upon his return to the United States, he indicat 
a desire to collect intelligence in behalf of the Chinese communists an< 

• in 1968 he founded the RU,' which has become the. leading Uarxist/Leninis'. 
pro-Ch inese communist organization in the United States. | | 

|became 1 the first chairman of the USCPFA in New York City and she ' 

is a former communist who resided for extended periods in the P RC and 
who more recently has been reported as an RU membe r. Rec ently. I 1 

I of Fleetwood, Pennsylvania, replaced I l as the chairma 

of the USCPFA in New York City and he also is a form er CPUSA member who 
has resided for extended periods in the PRC. I Ihas been currently 

identif ied as a leader of the RU^g^ 

All recipients have reported current or past evidence of USCF/ 
or US CPFA within, thei r, field office; territories.. Of interest, it is ; 
noted I lv the leader of‘ the RU: in Philadelphia, has' also bee 

report ed asi theleader? ofthe* USCPFA; , in Philadelphia. I I $ 

reportedly, the?" leader#o£l,the;RU : in tos Angeles , is believed' to be respcfij 
sible for the USCFA in Los Angeles; In other areas the USCFA has been #, 
reported as strongly influenced or completely dominated by the RU.. 

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close and continuing contacts with representatives of the PRC either in 
the United States, Canada, or in Communist China. In 6/73 CHANG Hai-ta* 
Chief United Nations correspondent for the Shis inhus News Agency (offic. ; 
PRC agency) attended » meeting of the USCPFA in Now York City along wit* 
a second PRC official.*' At a re gional confere nce of the USCFA held in 
Washington, D. C., 6/16-17/73, I I a representati ve of the 

Liaison Office, PRC, Washington, D. C., was in attendance. | 


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At a regional conference of the USCFA in Washington-, D. C., 
on 6/16-17/73, representatives were in attendance from Atlanta, 

New York, Trenton and Princeton, New Jersey, Baltimore, and 
Washington. D . C., as were observers from Albany and Los Angeles. 

| was present and appeared to be the leading activist and 
it. in dicated New York was presently a quasi— headquarters of the 
USCFA'. • A West Coast meeting of the USCFA was planned for mid-Septemb: 
in San Francisco and East Coast representatives were invited to atten; 
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and conduct any necessary investigation to establish the existence of 
USCFA or USCPFA chapters within their respective territories. This 
investigation should identify all present and past activists in the 
chapters , headquarters mail or contact addresses, the identity of pub- 
lications: (copies; of which' should be forwarded to HQ)> and, specif ica: 
ariy-sub,ver si^# inf fuendC; 6r;’oYidehce ,; indicat in^close association wit 1 
thC 7 P^i*;;lffa& initial r feport^hhs not. been prepared on 'USCFA, of USCp3 
'activity*' one ^should be promptly forwarded "to HQ together with- appropj 
recommendations. Thereafter, in instances of active USCFA or USCPFA 
activity, semiannual reports must be submitted. Any recipient determ 
ing there is no USCFA or USCPFA activity may forward a letter setting 
forth pertinent comments. New York has been designated origin in thi 
investigation and copies of all communications should be furnished to 
the New York Office for information purposes. Any information relati: 
to USCFA or USCPFA efforts to organize nationally or contact with PRC 
officials should be promptly furnished to HQ. The USCFA and USCPFA 
have sponsored a number of delegations to the PRC. Information relat 
to/ these delegations, of course, must be promptly forwarded to HQ. 


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. ^ „ ju £) As the trial of former FBI officials Hiller and 

^j^^^ Feltj, approaches, there have been a number of court orders, 
- — which touches upon our relationship vzith you. 

Over pur objections , the court has ordered access under 
very carefully controlled circumstances t o one docu ment 
(E) .which contains some intelligence supplied I It 

is contained in the last sentence on page two of the bl 
August 22, 1973., ^communication from Headquarters to 
certain field offices. The communication is attached 
to the enclosed January 23, 1980, memorandum from 
Assistant Attorney General Philip B. Heyiaann to me. 


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This trial has been highly publicised and is ' 

very controversial. X am informed that the only alternative 
tp compliance with the court's order is dismissal of the 
indictment. In that eventuality, the role of the FBI 
in that result would be a mutter of searching scrutiny. 

The case has been in preparation for almost two years and 
thousands of documents are involved. 


Mr. Daly 
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, Idie Government does not. anticipate that defense counsel , 

1 or defendants will. have any interest in this particular , 

document for trial purposes* in any event , the defendants 
would have to seek a court order to produce the document; 
for trial should they desire, to use it and the Government 
, ; , ;Would .Oppose its use, Under the court ordet, disclosure 

. " / would be to cleared counsel in a department of Justice 
* vault f t defense counsel will not have possession of the 
„ documents, They may' make notes which must be stored in 1 
an appropriate safe and are subject to a protective order, 

Notwithstanding the Department’s assessment of the 
' .risk,. -we' take our obligation to you as the provider of this * 
c ' . information most seriously* we have consistently' inter- 
■ .... posed objections to its dissemination on your behalf* We' ' 

; ^ recognize an obligation toinformyou of these developments 

* - and of the court order*- if you are willing to acquiesce. 

. in the procedures outlined in the court’s' order and. in 

a Wr, Heymann’s enclosed memorandum, the Department will 
oppose any use or disclosure, of your material at trial.' ; 

If you wish to prevent the limited disclosure of your 
.infoiraatipn to the . defendants; -^d their, counsel, as outlined 
v ; ' ; in Nr, HeymannVs memorandum ^and the court order,, it will bo 
necessary for you ;to ^advance your objections to the Attorney 
General or' the. President. 

* - : v i havd asked Deputy .Assistant Director ©award J# 

; O’Malley to discuss the contents of this letter with you 
. . V ; and to^ deliver , it to you or not^ as you prefer* Ee. will “ 

. , be glad tp answer any other, questions that, might be helpful 
. to. you in making your own assessment i; \ 

\ . ‘ Sincerely, ' . ; ■’ ' • , . - - \ 


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I am attaching a letter from the attorney for VI. 

Memorandum" Mr. Gettings is 


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referring to the Arbor Gray policy memo. Please advise 
whether we have complied with his request. If not, please 
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Jerris Leonard 
Harvey B. Cohen 
Brian P. Gettings 
David E. Sher 
William L. Stauffer, Jr 
Joanne F. Alper 
James T. Devine 
Frank W. Dunham, Jr. 

Mark D. Cummings* 

Wallace H. Kleindienst 

’member VIRGINIA BAR ONLY 

John W. Nields, Jr., Esq. 

F.B.I. Task Force 
Department of Justice ■ 

Room 2304, Main 
Washington, D.C, 20430 

Dear John: 

Earlier in th e discover y process, we made an oral request 
for a copy of the ' 1 | Memorandum" referred to in your 

A summary pleading as A13 together with all attachments be 

and documents referred to the rein. Pur suant to that request, b7c 
we did receive a copy of the "| | Memorandum" and a few 

attachments . 

We would like to renew our request at this time and ask 
that you furnish us, as soon as possible, with copies of all 
attachments and documents referred to in the memo . 

We look forward to receiving these documents in the near 
future. 

Sincerely, 

LEONARD, COHEN, GETTINGS & SHER : * 



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1 - Mr. O'MaBet 

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Mr. Philip E. Heymann 
Assistant Attorney General 
Criminal Division 


January 28, 1930 


Director, FBI 


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Enclosed is a copy of a memorandum from Deputy 
Assistant Director Edward J. O'Malley, Intell igence Div ision, 
to me which recounts a discussion between FBI I l 

representat ives r egarding the January 17, 1980, court order 
to disclose I I information to the defense for discovery bl 

proceedings . I 


In accordance with this request an d in view of 

I I am requesting 

that you s eek as muc h time as possible from the court to 
enable the I I Government to reach a decision and to 

make that decision known to our Government. 


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It is noted the reference to a phone call to the Director 
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The Department asks the court to grant a d elay in i ts 
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convey its position to the U. S. Government. 


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Enclosed is another copy of the foreign influence summary 
together with a cro ss reference bet ween the exhibit numbers 
(D-l thru D-21)' and l . I write-ups (DSF-1 thru DSF-29) 

o - r other sources . The FBI information should be reviewed- to 
assure that it is in fact unclassified or that although b6 

classified Di si nn 5 lias agrppH to its release. You may 

wish to have| | do the initial review which 

would then isolate the few issues that will require review by 
Division 5. However, you should use whatever procedure 
you feel will be the most efficient. 

I have attached as enclosure "A" pages 13 thru 28 of 
Felt's specific document #841.^ These pages deal with antiwar bg 
conferences. Alt hough stamped secret, the absence of para- 
graph markings by | | and the nature of the infor- 

mation lead me to believe that the information is unclassified 
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For several years, the NCKA has been forwarding 
large quantities of anti-United States propaganda material 
to Negro publications and pro-Chinese communist groups in the 
United States. Information was received in May, 1968, which 
disclosed the NCNA had commenced circulating photographs in 
this country depicting racial riots, arsonist activity, and . 
“other civil disorders participated in by the American Negro. C 


Data- was received on May 3, 196S, revealing a news 
release had been sent from China Features, Peking, China, to 
the Black Organization of Students, Rutgc-rs University, Newark, 
New Jersey. The news release contained a statement by 
* .tj. Mao Tse-tung in which mention was made of support of the 

Afro-American struggle against violent repression. 

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During January, 1969, a BPP leader in Los Angeles 
had a poster in his possession which had been published by 
the Peoples Fine Arts Press, .Shanghai, China. It was 
captioned "Support the Peoples of the World in Their Anti- 
Imperialist Struggle." 



The BPP makes widespread use of the "Red Book" in 
instructing its members. The "lied Book" is a collection of 
quotations by Mao Tse-tung. Sections of it have been 
incorporated into the BPP "Political Education Kit." One 
such section advocates the abolition of war through war and 
states that in order to get rid of the gun it "is necessary 
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Numerous conferences throughout the world during 
the past few years nave evidenced both the international 
character of the revolutionary protest movement and the desire 
of foreign elements t,o influence the conduct of that movement 
within the United States. 'The majority of these meetings 
have focused on opposition to the United States position in 
Vietnam. As active participants in these gatherings,- 
representatives of militant groups within the United States 
have joined with their foreign counterparts in efforts to 
undermine the United States. A representative sampling of 
such conferences will illustrate this point, and, in addition, 
give some indication as to the disruptive, anti-United States 
proposals made at them. 


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1 . I n t c-rna tlonnl Confere nce on Vi etnam 

Stockholm was the scene of the International 
Conference on Vietnam held from July 6 through July 9, 1967. 
The World Peace Council, an international communist front 
organisation, was one of the principal organizers of this 
conference. Among the 452 persons who attended the conference 
yere delegates from communist countries. Among those presen 
from the United States were Dr. Benjamin Spook; CPUS A National 
Committee member Herbert Apthcker; the Reverend Janes Bevel, 

I I of Women's International League for Peace an . 

Freedom; and I I then an official of the National. 

Conference of New Politics. \J 


plans for a 
the antiwar 


world "Peace in 
demonstration in 


tober 21-22. 1967. Our investigation 


The conference made 
Vietnam Day" to coincide with 

Washington, D. C., on Oc - - , . 

of this matter disclosed that a massive demonstration oi 
approximately 35,000 people took place in Washington, D. •» 
which demonstration culminated with an assault on the Pentagon. 
Demonstrations were also held in various other cities, do 
inside and outside of the United States.-^) 

2 . Latin American Solidarity Organization (LASO ) Conference 

In July and early August, 1967, Stokely Carmichael, 
of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee was a guest 
of the Cuban Government and an "honorary delegate" to the 
conference of the LASO held in Cuba. He sought to ie in e 
Neero extremist activities in the United States with. the anti- 
imperial is t revolutionary struggle which v-as the basic theme 
of the conference. With headquarters in Ilavana, Cuba, lasu 
was formed by communist,. revolutionary and terrorist group 
from various Latin American countries dedicated ».o the 
violent overthrqw of imperialism, particularly United States 
imperialism. ' : 

3 . Bra t i s 1 a v a Conference 

Another so-called peace conference was held at 
Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, from September 6 through . 

September 13, 1967. Among the 41 persons from the J ta J;* S 

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to the conference. ^ 

The delegates from the' United States to the 
Bratislava conference were furnished free lodging and meals 
while at the conference but were required to pay their, own 
transportation expenses. They were thoroughly briefed by 
Dellinger well in advance of their departure and were 
instructed to.be prepared to give reports and participate 
in discussions on various topics, including the antiwar, 
student and civil rights 'movements and an analysis of the 
current American political situation. Dellinger told the 
delegates that the purpose of the conference was to create 
solidarity and mutual understanding between revolutionaries 
from Vietnam and their supporters in the United States and' 
that the delegates were- chosen on the basis of their experience 
in radical activity. \J 


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In January, 1968, an International Cultural Congress, 
by more than 500 delegates and observers from all 
world, was held in Cuba. Some 25 individuals from 


were present , including Da vid Dellinger a nd 


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Five jr.em.1y.-rs of SKCC reportedly traveled to Havana to attend 
t bi«r ' conf< retire . Thi.s travel vasj’.andled through theCUSS^ 
Mission to. the* United Nations The announced purpose 

of this conference vns to obtain unity of action in Cuban 
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from the Lnitcd States were in attendance at this conference. 
Discussion centered on such subjects as hovr to wage a campaign 
against var and for social change throughout the world, how ~ 
to deal with the Okinawa issue and the United States - Japan 
Security pact, how to assist United States deserters and draft 
evaders and hqj? to coordinate antiwar movements around the 
world. {J ■ 


International Assembly 


Columbia University vss the site of an International 
- Assembly held in September, 196S. This Assembly was sponsored 

p i by the Colu,:ibia University chapter of SDS and representatives 

.-It 4 from man y foreign countries were in attendance. Much of the 




activity of the Assembly centered around revolutionary tactics 
to be employed by students. (J 


7. Budapest Conference ... 

A group of 20 American antiwar activists including 
SDS members traveled to Budapest, Hungary, in September, 1968, 

/ to meet with representatives of North Vietnam and the National 
f Liberation Front. Nine of the group from the United States 

had taken part in the demonstrations at the Democratic National 
?' Convention in Chicago a few weeks before this trip. The 

meetings were arranged by David Dellinger and centered 
on the Paris Peace Talks, on prospects for further student 
. unrest in the United States and on furthering unrest among 

b6 American servicemen. 

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8. Hemispheric Conference to End the Uar in Vietnam 


Aion*'’" From November* 28 to December 1, 1968, the Hemispheric 

,]C° n f er ence to End the Var in Vietnam' was held in Montreal, 
^ 4 J*®Canndn, hosted, by the Communist Party of Canada. It was- 
attended by approximately 1,700 delegates and observers, 
.including a five-nan delegation from North Vietnam, headed by 
Hoang Minh Giam, Minister of -Culture, and a two-nan delegation 
^ from the National Liberation Front of South Vietnam. Others • 


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in attendance included extremists, communists, pacifists and 
student radicals from North and South America. [J 

The approximately 25 DPP members in attendance, with 
the aid of white radicals, took over control of the conference 
following a series of fights and scuffles. Together with 
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then ®’ Vi,nted to assist Korth Vietnam and 
A n=,iiii- Con * a r d *r ant . od to denounc e American imperialism. ■" 
as^w^T at . the CODf * re "<* described the BPP members 
made ^ li Ji®‘ r troo Pers’; and said that no decision was 
reactions^ conference without consideration of the Panthers* 


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Decei'ber -i BP fnr ? 3 QCr J | addressed the conference oh 

rovers r c’ J 9CS -I v ^ aIi(?d Ior thc overthrow of colonial 
KnrtH v- 7"‘ a * so ^ ad a series of conferences with the 
korth ’Vietnamese and National Liberation Front delegations-. \J 

9. Stockholm Conference on Vie tnam 

.. u , Stockholm Conference on Vietnam was held I/av 16 
through 18, 1969. Approximately 350. to 400 individuals from 
o/J countries representing a myriad of peace and antiwar erouDS 

lueaded? ' ' #bOUt 25 lndi J iduals the United E^tS 

j . . r T^ is conference was requested jointly by the 

hat lona^. .Liberation Front of South Vietnam (NLF) and the 
Democratic republic of Vietnam (DRV) delegations to the 
^ Conference* The basic theme was to promote 

acceptance among the world’s intellectuals of the 10-Point 
Program advanced by the NLF and DRV at the Paris Peace 
Conference They felt that’ if they could convince the conference 
participants that this program was the only legitimate answer 
/he Vietnam situation, the influence these individuals 
nno in their respective countries would be sufficient to , 
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A report of the Verkins Group on Action of this • 
conference set forth seven proposals to be used to vn errn ne . 
support of the United States position in \ietnara. These ver . 

a. Collection of signatures of prominent people 
to be publicized in newspapers. 

b. National and international demonstrations on 
July 4 in the forn best suited to the organizations and the 
movement in each country. Specific suggestions called tor 
vigils outside United States Embassies on July 4 and the 
reading aloud of names of Americans killed n io na 

c. Bovcott of United States firms providing goods 

for the war in Vietnam or engaged in the transporting of such 
goods. ■’ 

d. Increased international support for draft 
resistance in the United States and by 

encouragement of defection from the United States arme 
forces; and, opposition within the Army. 

e. Increased support of the 10-Point Pros «"?*', ■ 

the NLP and exposure of "the weaknesses” of President Sixon s 
Eight-Point Program’. 

f. A campaign for recognition of the ublic 

Liberation Front of South Vietnam and the Democratic P.epubl c 
of Vietnam by more world governments . - . 

c The issues of the war in Vietnam, particularly 

the unconditional withdrawal of United States J r f^ S delj aS 

10-P^int Program of the KLF e should be stresse , . 

possible al aU national and international conierenc. V 

With recard to proposal number e 2“”?!i a *°rried V a’ 
the June 25, 1969, edition of ™ fo^tM Wesidei? to 

three-quarter page advert lsenent calling signers of this 

end the war in Vietnam now. Specifies!- y* , , affiliation, called 
advertisement, many of whom have ^d communibt affil ^ ^ 

-for a halt to offensive military ope rations mediately., I 

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Co uncT i 1 Con i ' o re nccs" ' 

In June, 1?69, delegations from the United States 
attended conferences of the YTorld Congress of homen In 
Helsinki, Finland, and the YTorld Peace Council in East Berlin, 
r/,f> Gernanv. Both of these are international front groups 

^ ' controlled by the Soviet Union. These conferences served as 

forums for propaganda against the United States position in 

Vietnam. y 

Yfe have determined that the World Peace Council, 
Conference in East Berlin, June 21-23, 1969, was concerned 
with the following points: 

a. • Unceasing denouncement of United States 
imperialism. 

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b. Recognition of . the government of the German 

Democratic Republic by the United States and other countr es 
within its sphere of influence. . 

c. Encouragement to the Vietnamese to continue 
fighting inasmuch ns they are' fighting the battle of all 
emerging nations and this will give the latter the courage 
to fight their own wars of liberation. 

d. Support of provisional revolutionary governments 
wherever they occur. 

The American delegation to this conference included, 
communists, members of .SKCC, and the various peace groups. {J 

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/tt\ ll. Korth American Conference of Anti-Imperialist Youth \ 

Retina, Saskatchewan, Canada ,\ 

May 7-12, 1969 ^ 

This conference was attended by more than 100 people 
from Canada and the United States. Approximately^ of these 
x individuals wore United States citizens. The conference was 

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conccrnc-d with the working class struggle for democracy 
and socialism within the imperialist countries. It 
supported the following: . 

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The ^struggle for the liberation of Quebec 

The struggle of Afro-Americans and other minority 

groups against racial discrimination 

. The struggle of the revolutionary youth in the 

United States and Canada 

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. The struggle of the Vietnamese people against 

”U. S. fascist aggression” • . 

The struggle of the Czechoslovakian people 

♦ against ’'Soviet fascist occupation" 

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The ’’great proletarian cultural revolution and the 
'• - 1 1 Peoples’ Republic of China.” • 

The conference called for rallies, conferences and 
other programs against U. S. imperialism. One of the 
resolutions called for support of the "oppressed people” of 
the U. S. on such questions as racial discrimination and 
"fascist repression" and the struggles of students, . . 

(U) servicemen and working class against monopoly capitalism . q 


.12. ' Conferenc e Sp ons ored by t he Voice of Wome n ( Canada) 

' The communist infiltrated Voice of Vomen (VOW) , a 
C\/' n Canadian women’s organization, sponsored a v *s*^to Canada 

->K>P by fi ve Vietnamese women during the period July 3-i7, iUfcj. 

On July 11 and 12, 1969, a two day conference was held at 
Vancouver, British Columbia-. Approximately 136 Americans 
registered for this conference representing such groups as 
Women Strike for Peace (v;SP) , Women’s International League 
for Peace and Trccdom (WIIPF) , American Friends Service 
Committee (AFSC) , and the War Resisters League (WRL) . Both 
the Americans and the Vietnamese wore very pleased with 
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Attendees were furnished an appeal from Pham The True, 
a member of the House of Representatives, Republic of Vietnam. 
This appeal called for the immediate halt of support for 
Vietnam, the withdrawal of all l>. S. military forces from Vietnam 
and for sincerity on the part of the U. S. Government at the 
Paris peace talks. 

The'Anerican caucus to this conference issued a 
resolution which called for the following: 

?. Unconditional withdrawal of American troops 
from Vietnam. 

b. -Removal from office of South Vietnamese leadeis, 

c. Support of a Provisional Coalition Government 
in South Vietnam. 

d. Publicising the 10-point program of : the 
National Liberation Front. 

e. A campaign against chemical and biological 

warfare. 

f. Contacts with U. S. Congressmen to urge their 
support for withdrawal of U. S. troops from Vietnam. 

g. Recommending a nation-wide demonstration against 
the war be held in Washington, D. C. on November 15, 1969. .(x_^ 

. This American resolution also contained suggestions 
for acl ion in their fight against the war in Vietnam. I 
stated their approach should always be multi-level. in ord r 
to roach more people and that the cost of the .war should be 
related to the many problems the U. S. faces on the 
front. It was also suggested that opposition should be 
raised against repressive action and legislation aimed ax 
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13. World Conference of Youth and Students 

for Vietnam Solidarity ^ 

s. : — ^Helsinki, Finland . 

s' , Au gust 23-27, 1969 _ 

'P ^ This conference was called as a result of \iotnamese 

*1 youth organizations appealing to the World Federation of 

\J ot \, :*,/ Democratic Youth (UFDY) and the International Union of 
, M f (JH .Students (IUS) , international youth organizations .which are 
^ li^ T) controlled by the Soviet Union. tC/ 

* The United States was to have been represented by 

a delegation made up of members of the V. E. B. DuD ° ls Jlu 
^ ' and the Black Panther Party (BPP) . This group was to have 

4 0 • traveled to Helsinki, Finland, by way of the Soviet Union 

ry .utilizing the Soviet airline, Aerof lot; however, * 

mixrup Aeroflot declined to honor the tickets of t g P 
and they did not make the trip, . . 

14. Conference of the International Liaison Committee 
of the Stockholm Conference on Vietnam 

Stockholm, Sweden 

Oc t o ber 11—12, 1969 — 

As noted above, in May, 1969, the Stockholm Conference 
on Vietnam was attended by approximately 400 representatives 
from 52 countries including several individuals from the U. S. 
This conference was requested jointly by the National Liberation 
Front of South Vietnam (NLF) and the Democratic Republic of 
yi f Vietnam (DRV) delegations to the Paris Peace Conference. The 
^ ■ iaslc tie»e ias to“pro,,otc acceptance of the Program advanced • 

JLytA by KLF and DRV at the*Paris Peace Conference. A subsequent 
^ >i V-^report of the Working Group_pn_j £_tipo of this conference set 
Cruft T forth several proposal s~ f^bTu s^Tto undermine suppoit oi-tne 
U. S. position- in Vietnam. These proposals included collect n b 
and publicizing signatures of prominent people °PP°7 ... 

war-national and international demonstrations on specific 
daUs? increased international support for draft resistance 
. and opposition 

campaign for recognition of the NLF ana uav uy b 

of . other nations. \j^, 

A meeting of the International Liaison Committee of 

the Stockholm Conference on Vietnam ™. be J d 1 ' 

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at which were representatives from anti-Vietnam war organi- 
zations in 20 countries as well as the DRV and NLF. This 
meeting was held to hear reports on the Fall Offensive of * - 

KMC and to formulate a call for worldwide demonstrations on 
11/15/69. A call was issued for immediate consultations to 
begin with all international and national organizations taking 
part in the Fall Offensive with a view to launching a united 
initiative for the immediate, total and unconditional with- 
drawal of U. S. and allied troops from South Vietnam. {Jiy 

In addition to planning for a conference no later 
than early January, 1970, suggestions were made for activities 
for the Fall Offensive. These suggestions included; 

1. Demonstrations at New Zealand and Australian 
embassies focused on their involvement iD U. S. 
war against Vietnam. 

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2. Traveling teams of Vietnamese and Americans 

to speak in European countries. The Vietnamese 
liked this idea and were to discuss it when 
they returned to Paris. 

3. A delegation of Americans to meet with Vietnamese 
in Paris as soon as possible to discuss develop- 
ments in the anti-war movement in the U. S. 

4. A worldwide day of prayer for Vietnam on 
November 15 or 16. ' 

5. A. worldwide day of collection for Vietnam at 
temples and churches during December, 

Deep and extensive concern was expressed that 
November 15 would not be seen as the end of the offensive. 
Delegates expressed. strong hopes that the New Mobilization 
Committee would very soon project plans for action after 
November 15. 



F. Visits to the United States by Foreign Revolutionaries 


The virtual lack of travel restrictions by the 
United Stales, coupled with the comparative ease in obtaining a 
United Stales visa, practically eliminates any problems foreign 
leftists have in traveling to the United States. There have 
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r,-c;t for vT-rvinr reasons. Notable among these are | 1 

SlsaM *1 from Belgium and Karl Dietrich Wolff from Germany. 

is a leading member of the Trolskyite 
Secretariat of the Fourth International. He Is also an 
activist in the Now Left movement throughout \'estern^Europ * 

I was active in founding the anarchistic 
Socialist German Students Federation (German SDS) in Berlin, 
Germany, and is friendly w ith lenders of v arious " Pranged , 

grouns in Western Europe. I , 1 ‘f P V nfinr k '] 

by the Socialist Workers Party .(SWP) vhile theloung . 

Socialist Alliance (YSA) organised the tour of| . I 

These two individuals, during September and October, 1368, 

Ball separate tours which tooh then, to some 50 college and 
university campuses from coast to coast and border to border. 
Each appearance made by these two in^Y 1 ^ 0 ^ 5 - 
their espousing the revolutionary doctrine of the New Left 
before United States college students. {A^ 

Karl Dietrich Wolff , a former national chairman of 
the German SDS, entered the United States ® n ’ 

reportedly to engage in a speaking and fund * a -H : ^colleges 
arranged for him by SDS. He appeared at some 16 colleges 
1 throughout- the country and did not miss any °PP°rtunity to of 

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Wolff was subpoenaed to appear before the Senate 
Internal Security Subcommittee and during his testimony 

Jvp?csocd ISppirt for the regies in Cuba and North Vietnam, . 
the ViifcSng! and the ‘national Liberation Front of South 

Vietnam. . 

S * ^ — i nr . n inc ralifornia. on November 6 f 

in Los Angeles, uniui 

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with Lexica,, police »»« "'■‘“W “^^nt leaders would 

meeting, it was j*£> e •. t ruc t£he BPP in disruptive tactics 

come to Los Angeles to instruct f training, 
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and Representatives of Foreign Communist Groups, . “**' 

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Cuba and Korth Vietnam have been particularly strong 
magnets for New Left protest groups. Much of the strength of 
these organizations derives from their ability te maintain 
close relationships and dialogues with foreign establ ishments . • 

For instance, the National Mobilization Committee to End the 
War in Vietnam (KMC) maintains a foreign contact list of over 
300 individuals and organizations throughout the world. Its 
chairman, David Dellinger, has travelled to the Soviet Union, 

North Vietnam, Czechoslovakia, Cuba and Sweden in furtherance 
of opposition to the war in Vietnam. The KMC and Dellinger 
maintain almost constant contact with the Governments of Cuba aDd 
North Vietnam and representatives of the National Liberation 
Front of South Vietnam. Dellinger feels such contacts 
give the N?1C and himself notoriety and build their image 
in the movement. 

One of the most highly publicized visits to North 
Vietnam was a t en-day trip made in December, 1965, by 

a former member of the American Yough for K( _ 

Democracy, a defunct communist youth group: Herbert Aptheker, b7c 
a member of the National Committee of the CPUSA and Thomas 
Hayden, one of the founders of SDS. Their trip was not 
authorized by the State Department. It was described by the 
three travellers as a "fact-finding” mission.' 

Following the Bratislava Conference held in 
September, 1967, Hayden and two other SDS members travelled to 
North Vietnam. 

In February, 1968, 20 SDS members visited Cuba and, 
while there, held conferences with representatives of the 
National Liberation Front, the political arm of the Viet Cong, 
and with individuals from North Korea. 

In March, 196S, Carl Davidson, an SDS national officer, 
visited Cuba where he met with representatives o f Communist China, 
North Korea and North Vietnam. j another SDS 

activist, visited North Vietnam in Apr^l, 1968. 


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A gioup of 3J .VUG ii'Ortu-i s travelled to Cuba by 
way of Mexico in laic August, in ,: ;'. Part of this group 
met with a repi esi-nl a t i ve of the National Liberation Front 
vhn staled that the No*,, Left in (lie United States should * 

conduct mci e and more demonstrations against the war in ‘ 
Vietnam. . . • 

In }.\i'*ci-ihc’r , 19GS, Jour women representing the 
V'or.on Strife for Fence tinvelleG to the Soviet Union at the 
invitation ef L. hi; Soviet Vonon-' s Committee. F-n route, they 
•mol with Madam* Finn Tin Finli, lu-.-d of the National Liberation 
Tier.! of FouMi Vietnam delegation to the Paris Peace. Conference , 
in Paris, Fiance. In tin: Soviet Union, the delegation v/as • 
hosted by ■.•.•■lion;: '..omoii in influential positions throughout 
the Soviet Union. A represent;! t i ve of the group planned to 
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organize!! with i.hc full 1 now] edge that it is contrary to 
State Dcpm i"enl rcgula I ion-' : ho.-.ever-, a statement adopted 
1; 11 v.ro- , ii-.M.-: Mint t he I ravel would be made without 

such approval as a further dciionv irn tion of the CHV opposition 
to United III." policies. 'Available information indicated 
that n 1 1 c ;-•]•'> 1 1 -or- ever and above transportation were tc be 
borne by M. 'h. H-nn.'on t. . \Jiy'‘ ' 

On July 7, 19G9, a group of 31 individuals travelled.' 
to Cuba by \.ry oi M'-rieo CJly. This group contained members 
of the Suh an.', the CifV. While in Cuba, representatives of this 
group met i;i!h IP 1 "proianf a t ' v i*u of the NLr and of 
N’ovtij Vi ■; i.. . Th j n 1 1 v i dua 1 •• assured the American group 

oi the Ivgi ! i-.iis <•: t hr Fruvj-.jttnnl Revolutionary Government 
of Louth Vi •l”:ui and .•(uidi-'M 1- . ■>! II*'* U. 3. for its war crimes, 
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of th r - Vcn. mi's In !.ej u:< l j una l League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) 
had r eceive d an invitation Jioin th e Ratio nal Headquarters of the 

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Bernardino Dohrn, a national leader of the SDS v.iio 
participated in the above conference, held a press conference^ ^ 
after her return to tlie U. S. in which she said total with-^ 
draval of U. S. troops from South Vietnam is the first condition 
for peace. She then announced plans for demonstrations in 
Chicago, Illinois, in October, 1969, in support of that demand. 


Fourteen reoresentntives of the WSP traveled to Cuba by 
way of Mexico City on* July 11, 1969. This. trip, was made with 
the knovTcd.ce that the participants would not have their pass- 
P"T^o ports validated for such travel. According to the Cuban press 
^ service, "Prensa Latina” on July 29, 1969, the YtSP delegation 
met with a -delegation of Vietnamese women who were also visiting 
Cuba. The Y.'SP group also mot with members of the Central 
Comr'.i t tee of the Communist Party of Cuba and with the president 
of the Federation Of Cuban Women. The Vietnamese women ’s dolega t ion 
included- a member of the Central Committee of the NLF and an 
official of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the 
Republic of South Vietnam. [/y 

On July 25, 1969, some 20 individuals representing 
the CRV traveled to Cuba by way of Mexico City. As in the 
Q {W case of the CHY sponsored trip t.o Cuba in June, 1969, this 

travel was made without securing State Department validation 
of individual participant’s passports. 


It is interesting to note that at the CRV National 
Assembly held' on September 12-16, 1969, a resolution in support 
of the Cuban revolution was passed. With regard to the CRY 
snonsored trip to Cuba in June, 1969, it has been ascertained 
that one of the participants while speaking with representatives 
of the Vietnamese Embassy in Hnvanna was instructed not to 
speak in terms of revolution to American servicemen, but rather 
he should speak to the servicemen m terms of their rami.iies 


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After ton years- of consistent failure, the Castro 
Regime is going all out in an attempt to meet its 
established sugar quota. In so doing, the Cuban Government 
has underwritten and agreed to a group of Americans associated 
with the New Left traveling to Cuba to participate m the 
sugar harvest. 

The organization of the Venccrcmos Brigade came 
to light during June, 1969, when the formation of its 
Executive Committee was announced. This committee discloses 
it to be a broad coalition of various Now Loft-typo groups as 
well as representatives from the Black Panther Party and the 
Revolutionary Union. LtS 

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U. S. VS. W. MARK FELT,' ET AL. 
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Mr . Tierney 


Department of the Army (INSCOM) 
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ALL INFORMATION 'CONTAINED 

HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE 04-22-2009 BY 65179 dmh /baw/sb; 


Reference is made to our letter May 22, 1978, 
to you and its enclosures, copies of which are attached 
for your ready reference . We arc unable to locate a copy 
of your response to that letter , and suspect we may have 
received your reply by telephone. 

The Department of Justice is preparing ■ for trial, 
scheduled, for March 17, 1980, and these same documents 
have been requested by the defense for use in open court. 

Our prior referral to you was for use in discovery pro- 
ceedings which involved disclosure only to defense counsel . 
with appropriate clearances-.-- The request now is to use 
the documents at a public trial. 

Please note page two of the memorandum of A. J. 
Marches sault , August 23, 1951, which indicates investiga- 
tive activity by your agents outside the U. S. 

If you have any. questions, please do- -not hehitate 

to call me at 324-4763 or John w. Nields, Jr., Esq.', at Ac) 
the U. S. Department of ‘Justice, 633-5218. 


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Francis J. Martin/^A 'lW . 
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subject: Foreign Influence Motion 


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I have completed a number of the exhibits (D-l thru 
•^“21) to the Government’s memo of Law on the foreign involve- 
ment of the Weathermen. | is reviewing the memo 

to assure that all the Bureau information in the memo can be 
released. He is also paragraph marking the memo. I would 
like him to do the same for the exhibits which I have enclosed, 
i.e. assuft^ that the Bureau information can be released pursu- 
ant to our previous discussions ^nd have them paragraph marked. 
X would like to have these back as soon as possible. 

Thanks again . 7 

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5 6 MAR 1 8 *80 


Buy U.S. Savings Bonds Regularly on the Payroll Savings Plan 


Form OBD-197 
MAY 1978 




PH 100-5>3469 
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Apartment 


ship with 
telephone 


#71 8-I631. 


continue 3 to reside in coraraon-law relation - 136 
in the second floor rear apartment* b7c 


On 4/24/72, a Volkswagen hearing Ohio license 
"17-7EM* driven by a young white female, Was n bflft-PTrnrl ft 
the premises and the female driver entered the] 1 
apartment leaving shortly thereafter with 


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The records of the Bureau of Kotor Vehicles, 

Columbus, Ohi o, reflect that the a heim is 

registered to I 7T Englewood , b6 


Ohio, Montgomery County . Cincinnati and Philadelphia indices 
negative re] 1 


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Toward the end of the last week of April, a' con- 
fidential source advised that a small paska 2 a_aia?earing to 
be several items of yail. arrived at the| [apartment :b6 

address addressed to| 
fleeted it was fromf 


The return .addrea^ re- 

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Apartment 


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. ■ pays the rent and subscribes to 

telephone #VI ^-0678. at the aacoTirt floor front apartment b 6 

at | , |haa not been positively b7c , 

identified as having ever appeared at the apartment, and 
was not known to have any connection with captioned investiga- 
tion until April 1972. K - 


>£2 St, 
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(j Toll records pulled on 
call to the residence 



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His wife 


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feoth\ usually travels to 
with SovielTprincipals. •-.< 


luBaFpBHmtflggi 


to meet 


student at Statellllniversi 


as a feueat or KGBJ an 


nlvers 


Ms father 


ororanlza 


UDversive act 


parents and la currently a 


record of subversive 


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resides 


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it is their opinion that the 

only member. of theHH^HBfamily who could loKica^yi222 
any current Weatboms^^onnootions would he(JBHBpBBHH 
uhn wan at: home when thdQte^ljedan registered tofl 

[ appeared at the ■HH®re side nee (aa previously- 
reported), 

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Inf cajraationre^ibov^gg©; activity received 
froaHHHHHn' highly confidential 
sourc'P^HncPe^Wsm^^rfu felon must be e^cercised 
handling ary information attributed to this 
Bource • 


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from! 
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PH 100-23U69 
176-180 


father advised that toll checks onBHB 
reflect no calls directed to numbers in the Phi lade 

aon „ ft 0*b/*h/72» waa le aned from a conf-fdgm trToi 
source that the person known as ■ 

™™„S° nt !? l3r S! nt 5”* tha second 1 fioor front apartment by 

the^Girard Bank, Sohoolhouso Lana Branch . 
Pa .i lflflelhh'f n « — Ps— 32ae money orders are slimed I ™ n i 

Pa. The source indicated be ^ 

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ne reit it strange thn 
yet use th 



would rent the apartment in 
address* on her 


wnere^sne apparen t lives an* ^ e h 


- — v# wmw mjpm ayt h 

is Close tn her nlaca nf* employment at | 

in Jenkintown, 


ra. Both her 


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£esiaenoe and employment are some distance from the 
J apartment* 


! Physical observation by Bureau Agents observed 

«.T7? L- ... ■ 1 , 1 resided at and receivec 


— , resided at and received . b6 

J apartment until approximately £/2 or £/3/72. b 7 c 


mail at the [ 

o-u- _ 7 U- appi'oximaoexy >/£ or 

She has not been seen at the premises since, though her 
name remains on the mailbox. g ne 


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ascertained that on t hat date > I 
I who r esides at 


] had just drrxveu at that address from nr ««_ 

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— ^ x XVP\4 Oliit O auurQS 

known. origin and again took up residence at 


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vSh?*?* ”*** a J°i x screened, secluded bac^yard!^ Mot or^ 00 ^ be 
Tenftciaa vmloh hnvA past been associated with]^ I b7c 


were not observed in the area. 


mMma < f nt to 4A9/72 t mtil^yl?/?! °t a0 rV ? d b6 

A Mch ti?iAl Iwas ob served at 1 b6 


Street (see 


section on 


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PH 100-53U&9 
176-180 



On ii/26/72. s urveillance in tbs vicinity of 

~~~l revealed a bluo or black Chevro- 
let, Pa* license jrOtib'JoD, and - a cream colored Cadillac. 
Ra. license #15 1 i 27Y. parked in the yard at the I I 

l addresa. 

The Pennsylvania BMV, Harrisburg, P a., ro- i, 6 
Planted Pa - license 08676D i 3 registered to a| b?< 

| Philadelphia, Pa., for a 

1971 ford coupe* ? ■ : '} * 


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delphia indices reflect a 16*>-1147 waster 


Pennsylvania HIV* records reflect Pa. license } . 

1^27T Is registered to| I , fc 

Street, Philadelphia, for a 1967 or 196« Cadillac sedan. 

• Philadelphia indices reflect a reference only 

to L ITCIG negative re both vehicles and plate?. -b6 

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BP Service Station 
Corner of Greens :ari'd 
Harvey Streets , 

Philadelphia. Pa, 


Thft printout sheets concerning toll calls made 
from the coin box telephone located at this BP service 
station have been pulled for the most recent cycle and will 
continue to be pulled on a regular basis. Bell Telephone 
Company sources advis® that toll calls made from coin boxes 
charged to credit card numbers do not show up on the* coin 
box toll printout and only show up on the bill of the 
holder of the credit card. 

> Ph 4 » toll call printout above reflects numerous 
toll calls at various times to a telephone in Easton, Pa., 
indicating a possible intranstate gambling operation and 

a possible tie-in with | | above. Subscriber idonts 

of called numbers are being obtained by separate communica- 
tion. 


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176-180 


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Toll calls charged to credit card| I . 

known to be pertinent to captioned investigation are 
being pulled and will be analyzed, 

| ~| wa 3 observed to stake a telephone b7c 

call from the coin box at the BP station at approximately 
3t2$ p.m„ on £A/72, 



Philadelphia, Pa, 
Telephone #VX 9-? 


I resided with bin wife and small child bb c 

' across a narrow driveway from the L, | apartment at . 

1 until UM/72^ " 

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I toy Bureau Agents ascertained that ho. and his - b7c 

planning 1?o raovo to a f noaj? Jaopo^y 

on k/27/72. 1 l and his family were observed 

wrvwiTMr under cover of dark (10 p.m.)* Soveral white- males 
including ! I helped load their possessions into 

- apparently orange colored Chevrolet pickup truck bearing 
Hew York license C61-66£. 

’•i' : The Hew York State Department of Motor Vehicles 

at Albany, H. Y. - advised that Hew Y ork license C 61-665 b6 
is registered tol . I born| whose b 7c 

residence is shown as | f 

Tf # . Y, , for a 1968 Chevrolet orange pickup, . 

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' On £ A/72, a nrmfld antial 3curce advised that 

two White males Ide ntified aa I 1 b6 

I both of | I Philadelphia, b7c 

Pa,, purchased the entire building a- q 

Street, r 

On 5/2/72 . these Individua ls were observed do- V, 

parting the area of f ■ I in a bice TT^i Pfli — : 

license 808-50B, registered to| 

Philadelphia* 


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FH 100-53469 
176-180 





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Philadelphia indices negative re 


and 


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was observed back in Philadelphia 5/2 


wuao* rou AH bfflL AaU©ApQla 0/Z 

£> «i«ir 7 ^ a ^ Whic ?^ tiwa y as ascertained he had returned 
to pick up his welfare check* 


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-•• ADMXHISTRATX73 ' 

^Philadelphia has opened case files on contacts 
■ , , o I b ?H eve ? have Potential involvement in under - 
^ound activities to facilitate coverage of the activities 
and the handling of information concerning these individuals* 

Investigation by Rii ladelphia la being, and will 
continue to be conducted to identify unknown contacts of b6 
' and others close to him believed to have potential b7c 


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involvement in underground activities* 


. - An agent has been making relatively f^eauent 

courage of the BP Service StatioS at Greene and H^ey 
Streets Tdaere he is in a position to observe and log the 
‘ l2® nti ?} e8 °f P®rsona tasking calls as well as the times of 
the calls made over the coin box at that location, which 
appears to be a major- communications link in the Philadelphia 
ff* its has been previously reported, the above persons* 
and others o* possible interest frequent this servicestation 
far gas, minor repairs, change, cigarettes, etc, 

w „,h r ,^.„t a „r?S 0nea J ?S ovo ' J tc ' 11 , 0 * lla h ava been 
oy subpoena on the credit card assigned to | 

8creet { background is being conducted to 
£°r- h f r identify! | A confide ntial source at •Re ~ 

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Telephone Company has advised thatf" 
disclaimed all calls on its 4A7 bill charged tol 
credit card. The telephone company is conducting its own 


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zz r. uompany is conducting Its own 

discreet investigation and is cooperating with Philadelphia, 
, _ . To11 calls charged to oth er pos sibly pertinent 

iden^if ied ntl ^ berS wil1 ** S6nt into IZZ_J as they are 


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Po3? the informati on of the Bureau , the semi- 
annual individual report on | l ia currently due. 

Submission of this report is being held in abeyanc e PACK 
in view of the sensitive, complex investigation re| 
which, as the Bureau ia aware, is currently being Intensifi ed 
■ in view of hia potential underground connections. It should 
do. noted teat littlo infopxaatipn is available 
in *a report suitable for dissemination concornlnfH 
as an individual, and Philadelphia is of the opinion that 
such a report at this time could conceivably hamper our 
investigation, ; • 


HAC B, Philadelphia will prepare, a thumbnail 

summary of tbo| lease to date which will be a an.t to- 

c p***t and other logical offices where | case 

• . 9T- a ? e likely to be sent. The purpose be 

of this sketch will be to assist these offices in their ' b 7 c 
coverage of present and/or future leads and it will also - V ' J 

make them aware, of the nature of the investigation currentlv 
underway in Philadelphia, in the event that they independently 
receive information of potential value in this case, ; r 

■ Sell Telephone Company is interested in the 

fraud aspects of the illegal use of a credit card ar id is 
cooperating in a highly discreet, coordinated investigation ' 
througfa fa former Bureau agent !# b. 


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ALL INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN NEW LEFT 
EXTREMIST ACTIVIST SHOULD BE CONSIDERED 
DANGEROUS BECAUSE OP THEIR KNOWN ADVOCACY 
AND USE OP EXPLOSIVES, REPORTED ACQUISITION 
O P FI REARMS AND INCENDIARY DEVICES, AND 
THEIR KNOWN PROPENSITY FOR VIOLENCE. 


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DATE OFJIZCkASSfFTC^^ Ni7£ 


0S-11-200S 


Br. E. C. Miller 


IU L. Shackelford 


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1 - Mr. J. A. Sizoo 
1 -Mr, R. l, Shackelford 
1 - Mr. T. J. ilcHlff 

/$)■• s/a/72 

(JS- Mr. Yf, K. Prcusse 
1 •*. Mr. II, llallct 


t/EATOFUG 

PURPOSE: 


DO HOT FILE 


To advise- status of our security investigations 

. X. L „ *>» . ^ d . . . r M 


concerning the 26 Weatherman fugitives. 


'DETAILS: 


Scope of the Weatherman Problea 


Our investigation of the revolutionary Weatherma group 

centers on nppro:;ii#:icc Jy 1*200 people thvoufehout tl>c? country# 

Included An that nu.-.bcr arc the 20 Weatherman fugitives. Also . : 
include*.; ir* u group of about **Q individuals, all non— fugitives. : + 
whose whereabouts arc unknown and who are believed active in 
the Wea t.hcrmau underground. -• ‘ ' ■ " ' ■ 

f * # 

Tin: V/eatir.rMan croup went underground more than two 
y:r.rs r,gc>« Since that tine, n few ’fugitives have been apprehended, 
however, the key Weathoraan leaders, regain at large. For the 
P ;uJ t i>i;; Kontlu, ti;e Weatherman group has been quiescent in that ' 
it h:»s issued no co.v.ami(jues to the pivss and has clained no 
bombings since last Fall. ‘ ' , ' ■ 

Inf or nation developed to date shows that Vcathernan has 
concentrated its uemberr. and activity cn the Fast and West Coasts 
since iparJy 1270; hu-.n.-vor, it appears that they can travel/' 
a i :.iost .anywhere with relative c.*:so> particularly in and out of 
Canada. Tuey undoubtedly exist, within the so-called youth culture. 
v;J>ich is drug-oriented and anti-law* enforcement.’ They are 
supported by above— ground sympathizers, .u. well ao by their own 
.thoi'ts and fx*auds. • 1 % , 

Weatherman advocates ude of marijuana and LSD* but; t 
oppose hard drugs, euch an heroin and amphetamines. It i3. ; . 

possible that cone Weatherman .activists have become drug addicted ;* 
to the esitoftt that they have drooped cut of the revolution. .*?uch b 
a report has been received concerning Weatherman loader I L > 

however, this bus not been verified. > » ■ . t — / 


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Meaorandun to Mr. E, s. Miller 

HE : t?i:axisfug 


i thcy nr " a - croup and arc probably only 

coordinated, it nust be riosufried that Vcathcriaan pill' 
continue sporadic acta of extreme violence. 

Question of Supervision* of Weatherman 

* * fugitive Cant ; o . • . 

As* you are aware, the *220 Weatherman fugitives* eases • 
are supcrv-. r ;ed by Cpccial Investigative Division . The 

i»ivcs.tigationo of the Viedtheman organization, including 
non- fugitive underground activists and the Weatherman support 
# group, arc supervised by the Pones tic Intelligence Dividion (Pli)) . 
It iu bclicvcci thui, coordinated investigation could be best 
continued if the supervision of the Weatherman fugitive cnacs * ‘ . 

r ’ I5) * Accordingly, it ia recoaaondcd that, the 
ol this change be discussed at our next Veathfug 
, conference vith you; «««*«.* 


Plans for Apprehension, of Two Fugitives in Canada 


located, ini 


igitivcs 


past p? f V2 dtt y°* th-b 
thatRiheTlis certainr 


til Annclcs 1 coarc< 




* , . . , Thc above plan is currently under consideration 

and is being handled by SID. 

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rugitivc| | reported Recently in - b7c , 

‘ ; ' Washin gton. I), C. - 

inuuiLi-r- r n**^^*^^*^****^* ^ ^ ^ ^ 

. . • I „ _ __ 1 a cugpcct in, the CArBOM case, 

has ■lnforaeq{_a ui~p fcourcejfhat h vaa in Y.'nshington, D,C.» 

° a , PlJlaa that tlw» liiiirimrin * "'H^ldUCl w!lO : 

accompanied |j£ aa | | • ^ 

At the tine 'oi tmt Vlfelt, | | introduced this pdfeonTtajl 

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Memorandum to llr, e. 8* Miller 

ME: weathfug 


only a s L J ipi^£g.g^ag checkcd ayaflablr photographs of . 
-* 1.. ^ bt.caiiap of, facial hair oal \wh oure riTII «s minhir*. 

ttntf^Y^n l 1 \ i6 f don f ic;a U jiSSbef|acSvlsedl 

1 intended to stay in Washington, B.C ^ T' OTll^ r a short 

tine am. was • planning to visit- friends somewhere in Virginia* / 


. n Investigation concerning this report is continuing. 

developed*' 0 t * a *' u# 110 ^ ur ^ lier pertinent information has been 

*v , * " ^ * * 

Possible Lrcak Up of People's Law : . ■ 

• Of fice in Chicago 

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✓v*** ,„. Y { ld . flr,n11 S* 011 ** of radical lawyers at People's Law 

Office (PLO) in Chicago has been. a mainstay of Weatherman 

support since 1330. cne lawyer there. I ^Hia b6 

ltnowa to have furnished about $700 to fugitive! Un b7c 

March, 10^ 1 0 am! .-this office has been a key communications 
channel for Weatherman. ‘ ^ on 

r— ^ How. P 7 . Q appears on the verge of disintegration. ' 

including I | haa c: <r»c’rlcnged a num ber of^ pcrscnal nrobleijre , 

1 ^ t it appears he my be leaving Chicago and «■!« 

concentrate his activities nt Attica, Mew York, where he has 
been representing inmates at Attica Prison. 

l . Another PLO member , v/ho is believed to 

sj* J 0 -*? 00 ? tiwe nc * ivc in the Weatherman underground under 

f* identity, is contemplating a permanent move to the 

west Cna i i s t . .no will probably take with him another PLO activist,. 

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Another PLO attorney ^ i und his girlfriend b6 

PLO operation ^ uay al£i ° be cont cmplating departure from the b7b 

* * * . • 

. . J* 1 ® effect of these conteiapla ted changes is not yet 

known and this situation io being closely followed* 

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Heuprandun to Mr. E. s. Miller 
BE! WEATUFUG 


5o O I <g~f ( t ftgdf g. 

Possibility oi^Glifllnvolyement 


Weathermn 


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■5-77; — = — to 0i J ta An ials^lclcntification. in addition, 
ha s nlso uacc f a carj^gistered to a still unidentified 
I """" — “Tn7~, J 1 l£4li^i2a^; An apparent associate of ' 

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^©^’Kus. been a 

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lot ion with 


12 voara^ J^ffg 1 


and with 


X 7 " ' a, JAUVUiVCU V/JLtU 1 

Involved with Weatherman- One f 
5 j known subversive background* iajr 
This, is based only ' ■* J -’-- ■*■ 


■Egjgjto act as a u spottJ^^irTs-^he opinion o 
-A- ... J involved with t_ho Soviets would no fr a 

'if ^ I L - 


|Ctive in Students pr . / : : ' ' 

lias also been co-opted} 1 S 
pinion offbitfXalol » 


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'y Ofi / iiin_LL*-iu v/ithjj 

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1 ‘“type” 


JTTl appearance djid was at 
( U ) seen at thef^ re 

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Investigation of this equation is being handled with 

( 0 ) -SSS?5»toTOl5o^ §<5 ° f tbC bLsh ^ c “ f w™‘lal/(csp ipriatr^ 

Tju’ee Weeks Survey of United States Residents 
who Apply for Landed laaigrant Status/in 
. >. Canada /Completed *“ . 

> > This survey was conducted to doternine whether a 

larger survey of tluse applicants was feasible in order to ascertain 
whether they are utilising raise identity and are oilntcrJf “ 
‘ ^ la>ves tian t ions . The three weeks survey detcrnincd that 

£.£! 7 ? applications.fdr-landcd i.-iicrant ejaum rjba 

S?«i C it?5S tCS rcfiidcntiJ . uerc received daily by the Bureau for 
n« ra ^« ChcC k P nrpoSci: * ^he survey further shows that only an 
average number of 2-i applications daily would bo of interest to 

= AcTi^^'e^^^o^-ky ?^ gU t -^-» aa l ‘"" rtlWl <r the ne^oIStL^ry 
upnenrs feasible. a y J.ar.tr>ww.v.i««. -in .. . ._^j ai ? d . a I?* Ber surve 


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.appears feasible. A ikmorandua will be suboltted in thenear* 
future reopnaondias the lnpleaeatatlon of this survey. ' ? . 

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Memorandum to Ur, E, s„ Hiller 
BE : WTATHFUG 


Technical Coverage 


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_ n/ , | ^ preuent, wo have both telephone surveillance (tcsiir) 

and Blcrophono survoilLm^ .c overage of| ^ 


•vuvui-iWL' ox Wcatliea 

„ 1 wi> 11J.SP nave? riimif l 

paan activist 


[are in Hew York, : 


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. th<!*prGsont oitx* most px , oiulsinr y f 

additional technical coverage coritlnuos to go T n, ‘ targgt fl> * 
Ct.ir.hr idrte, Uaesaieliuactts , she in 


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«l?h 0 ^th\’ 1 "“ bc f^ 1 ' fr} rcnlot caul aco. iifae closely as sociates 
actives astrcalsto. Suspected Wcathcrsun 7 

* 1 C .lido Vi wh hoi | V?ho Hire, bollcvod fco hrv^ i Ilf 

on thereabouts o f Toe Ton w n,tVg 

Inver. tination of 1 


j.,....,,. „•, -i i continues ana recommendation for 

te^.mical covoracc will bo made at the appropriate tiuo.°^ 

ACTION? * 

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Greenberg/Gray-7054 

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Mr. E. G. Miller 


H. 1j. Shackelford 


1 - Mr. J. a. Sizoo 
X - Mr. It, L. Shackelford 
1 - Mr. T. J. McHiff 
/' >) 5/0/72 

( .1 fir . tr . K . Proussc 
.1 - Mr. H, Mallet 


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.REASON 

datju© 


u coj?e of the Weatherman Problem 

• Our Investigation of the revolutionary. Weatherman trr'i- 

InSiSdod 0 ?„ a ? 1 w ! ' 1 “‘, tely 200 pcople tt>'»“Shout the dotaitay? *? . 
included in that .number are the 26 Weathermn fugitives Also 

i noluded is a group of about 40 lncItVlduals. all non-fUL-ltlvt 

^Je^^abouts- are unknown and who are believed active in * 
the T/eathormn underground. active in 

y -ar«? ntrn f ^ » w!! a * JX'*'!? 11 ? * Brou P went underground more than two 

past six noathn, the ircathcman group b«n ^ 00 ^^ 

InfoiHiition dove/ loped to dutc sIiotja tlmf* ^ * 

ssrssiy w--o- a f™ ers KSt^ss 1 ^; 

.}I!'S* c?,ly 19 ' 0 ' however, it appears that they can trwei 
Canadi ' in ^?' llcrc ^Xth relative ease, particularly in and out of 
ShiiJh i- V y un ^ ou l >tccU y c «Aat within the so-called youth cul' 
runnftv drug— or i en ted and anti-law enforcement. They are ' 

tK and' ^?r:ucl«r GrOUaCl "* *«W « b/thelx o»i 

1 ft<3voc*i tc. ( ? uoo of Marijuana aud isd hut b r 

o;,p^ e burj drugs, such as heroin and uuphotaiOnio i?’i^ 

f oonc reathcraun activists have becono druv addle- 

to the extent that they have dropped cut oJttrSohH™ 
a report, has bo~n received conceding jea?her*„ dealer Mai— 

however, this has not been verified. ■ un<3 ' r l 

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ST. BY 




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Memorandum to Mr. ]•'. g. Sillier 

rj; : weathfug 


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, •» Though they are a small group and are probably onlV 

loosely coordinated, it must be assumed that Weatherman will 
continue sporadic acts of extreme violence. 7 

Question of Supervision of Weatherman ; , 

‘ .fugitive C ases 

As you are aware, the 26 Weatherman fugitives* case 
are supervised by Special 'Investigative Division (SID) • The 
overall Investigations* of the Weatherman organization, lacliM 
non~Xugitivc underground activists and the Weatherman support; 
group, are supervised by the Domestic Intelligence Division 'C 
It is believed, that coordinated investigation could be best ; 
continued if the supervision of the Weatherman fugitive earner 
was also assumed by did. Accordingly, it is recommended that 
advisability of this change bp discussed at our next Weathfuv 
conference with you. , *?: 


.located infcanadaj 


Aui viuiuuttjkuy a source o 
( Canadianjauthorl ties have advls 
:hot extraditable and have no ’rTi 


t . ■ •- • . • 

tension of Two Fugitives in Canada (/< 


I have been 

a source of the Los Angeles Office .) 


pa»i/icw oaya, cats 
that! hel is certain 


sed thar these two i 
Ians to oeporv vneta, 
s, source. I 


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The above plan is currently under consideration 
and is being handled by SID. - . 

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Fugitive! |Rcported Recently in b7c 

Washington, D. c. ‘ . 


haw infm»w».l / n r.<vr\ 

on | El 

accompanied 

At, the tine of the visit,! 


J, a 
Lhat 


WPfrCt in the GAPDOM case , ■ h 
I was in. Washington] * - : 

t the Kin Vn ratlin <»^ ld ual. wh ^ | 

nTr^SSed'Hhio person to 1 

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Memorandum to Mr. F. B. Miller 
HF: ' YiKATHFUG 



only as 


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facial hair on I Kaowr c o7 IsC unable. ^ c ; 

is identical with I | Source adviced 

o ret ay in Washington, D.C., only/ a short '• V'y 


)has cheeked availably photographs © £ ; '* b6 

but bec aiisc of facial hair on[ 1 *“ **"“ 

to v erify th at I I if * * 

thut | | intended to ^ wvw> w 

tine- anil was’ planning to visit -■friends' somewhere la ^ Virginia 

Investigation concerning this report is continuing, . 
however, to date, no further pertinent information h?» been 
developed. . * . 

- . Possible Break Up of People's Law .* 

• Office in Chicago ( ! ■' \ 

" ' , “ < v f ti ./ 

The small group of radical lawyers at People's Law . 
Office (PLO) in Chicago lias been a ma instay of We a therma n 


support since 1969. One lawyer there, I 

known to have 'furnished about $709 to fugitive |_ 

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aai 

T is 
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;March,, 1971, tmd this office has been a key comunicaxxons 
■' channel for Veather^n-s--^ ^ 


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Now. PLQ appears on the verge of disintegration. 

Itas experienced .a num ber of personal . problem s, 

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i and the^ , , . , 

It appears he may he leaving Chicago anu may 


concentrate his activities at Attica, New York, where he has 
been representing i^KateS'''nX-;fii't'tieiF---PiFis6n«.^^ 


Another FIX' member . I 
oen at one time active xn" 


, who is Relieved to ‘ 
have been at one time active in the Y/cattxerman underground under, 
a false identity, is contemplating a permanent move, to the v s . 

m\ West Coast. He will probably take with him ;anothi?r X>Lp. activist • 

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Another PI.O attorney. 


] and his, girlfriend 


may also be contemplating departure from tlu 


FLO operation. 

The effect of those contemplated changes is not yet 
Uno-yn and this situation in being closely followed.' . . , , 

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Memorandum to Mr. r . 3. Miller 

E " ! rflltann ^■* rI ' JT ^ZZ$£r(ST S) 






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Po ssibility of KGB Involvement with Weatherman 

I in Philadelphia is of much interest in *6 
estimation since his address was used by. b7c 

to obtain false identification. In addition, 
ha y also used a car registered to a still unidentified 1 
la 



irrSitT 

1 nanec n I has recentl 

side nee in Pochester. Hew Yor k, of L 


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Ttra ores 
has be?! 
slnrni. fle a nee of I 


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]has no t ^ifecn ^det^eriftlned , 


addres s . An apparent associate of 

]baS recently been connected with 

\ who 

T5te , 

association with I "and with 

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co-ontetfltoSL Agent foriho 



has ee 


1 who was aatlVft’ In Studen 
[909. has 


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or 


Our Buffalo off ice has noted that 
children , including a son 
ft-4^emocratic Society (Sl)S 
by ttHk jC| 

that the I I involved with the Soviets would no 

• involved with Weatherman. One 1 who, baa .no ./ 

known subversive background, raav^bc the tie-in j^lth I L 

' - |tnye a ” 


in ldfl9 . [has olao been co-opted . (S 

■c on to act as a ’♦spotter." It is the opinion of Buriaio > . 
that tho T I involved with the Soviets would np t also be' Stsr.A 


This is based only on the fact that 


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appearance and \?im at home at the time I 
seen at the residence. 


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car was. 



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Investigation of this situation in being handled with it 
great caution in vl ew of the highly confidential espionage 
source? involved . (^<^j 

Three Weeks Survey of United States Residents 
•(-U) Who Apply for banded Immigrant Status in 

Canada Completed 

This survey was conducted to determine whether a “ 

larger survey of these applicants was feasible in. order to asccrtv" . 
whether they are utilizing false identity and are' of ! interest 
to our Investigations. The three weeks survey determined that. 
on the average, 73 applications for landed immigrant status from > V 
United States residents were received daily by the Bureau ; for.. X b 6 X 
name check purposes . . The survey further shows that only an - r b7c , 
'average number of 2.t applications daily would be of interest to 
our investigations. This survey was handled* in the Revolutionary ‘ ; 

- Activities Section by I H and, a larger Survey 

appears feasible . A memorandum will be submitted in .the near,,. V . 
future recommending the implementation of this survey., v 


CONTINUED - OVER 


Greenberg/Gray-7057 


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Memorandum to Mr. F. S. Miller 
RF s V/rATTIFUG 


Technical Coverage 

At present, we hav 
and microphone surveillance (xalsur) c over n go of 



At present, 'Be have both telephone su rveillance (toE-u 


1 We also have lalsur 


cov erage of Weatherm an activist | 
and | | are in New York . 


At the -present time, our most promi sing target fo r 
additional, technical coverage con tinues to be I I In 


who 


Cambridge, Massachusetts, She is [ 

supports a number of extremist causes . sue closely associate;’ 
with both. black and white extremists. Suspected Weatherman 5 ' 


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activists reside with her, who are believed to have Inf or mat le v 
on whereabouts o f Ton Teh fugltlvca[~ 


Investigation of[ 


continued afad rcCouMeiiclAllott 10! 


technical coverage will be :aadc at the appropriate time. ^ 

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ACTIOH ; ■ 

For Information. 





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.fC L AS S IF I CAT I ON AUTHORITY Jfc: 

’ . FBI AUTOMATIC DECLASS I FigSflWR 

DATE OS-ll-ZQOa * ' . * 


IVIED FROM: 
GUIDE 


Greenberg/Gray-7059. 

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FBI 


Transmit the following in 
AIR TEL 


Date: 

APPROPRIATE AGENCIES. 


5/5/72 


Via 


AND FIELD OrHtJtjfBe in plaintext or code) 

ADVISED DY ROUTING 
S UP (S) BY _ ■ /?<<& s 


OUt r B Y , t j 

— date; _ _ _ (l ‘ nont y) 



ACTING DIRECTOR, FBI 
SAC, PHILADELPHIA 


BDlffll 

r-r-.r' -. " 7 T 

(OO 7 p^ OLUTIOf,ARr AC T Iv/tIES (EXTREMIST) 

Bufile 100-L66098 
PH 100-53469 

WEATHFUG 

<00: CG) ^ 

Bufile 176-1594 fRU 

PH 176-180 

« n - 1 Bureau letter to Philadelphia L./7/7P orir i 
|§ caption?^* airtel t0 Sector, 4720/72 under the 1 ^ - 




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:uted h LS??l»f 1 °“°5fL?r„ a Y!l r r^^f«iPWa 


has instituted intensified inveaiifiaiini^ofj 

contacts based nn ^v>n fo/» 4* 4-*u ~ 4- r | — . — — 

-13 a possible link’ 


and his 


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contacts based on the ■papt* -Kha-f-1 , 

in the W5IA. ^ PTT'F^TT^ ,, * j 1. l ie a possible link / 

s» ^Sj-ssS 1 ’ 

pec-hoi /y/ ( 'V ■ % v : ' 9 { i ? 

centered a^ound^wf °? b 7 Philadelphia continues to bs = ' l ~ > ■ 

4 -*u* r%^ , ound three locations on West Harvev str>AA*h *w 

the — SMmantnwn ~ -e ’ — w lfbht* — ua. 


[- fcbfi - £l£LI p ri cnt r owii_3eiiinn_n£_I^iladelphia: ^ ^ 1 

L T3cad at me corner of J Jn^Harue/sL^s! 0 ”/ 

. / 1/ A V /? - . .Cav, V 


Bureau (RM) , ,• ^ f ^ 

1 - Chicago (Info.) (RM) . C/yM(J 

2 - Philadelphia (1 - 100-5346*/) 

(1 - 176-180) ' '■ 

MPS/lss 
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,Ifil MAY 10 1972 


Approved 




Special Agent 



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f h ip with! Jcontinu ea 1 . 

9lePh0ne the s ^ond n noo?°?;a? w rel atiori. 

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apartment le a v?l 4 ?° f !»al e StiyJj*}*. S, 

■ S Portly therearte^^^pheC^^ 

^°l^mbus, r of t he ^ efl ^ 

a9<5aK1V9 > 

ices 



, fleeted ?“ dr ®saed .to 
• • / -o^e» Waa 

~ru~^a^• ^ HZI3 T ‘ . b6 


r ‘ 01 April 

» yfcaga^aay e 


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/Pays 


-«« OTS m-^ ^^l!a^r!Sf“f lbsa to 

was n 0 t known e '^J. appeaTvSa as been* b6 

, °« «nui *e, n b7C V 

' :U} reflect a Jail £ ecords pull ed 7 nves tiga^ 

!L^J- HiX U to thQ resi de nof n _CZllLtela 0 Tn . - 

JiUmber' 

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Greenberg/Gray-7061 

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PH 100 -$3469 
176-180 

SoM TGLU <r ^ C * ^ 


(U) ^ oa Q ,/N ^ , p Jj a known to tohaaJr.m? and the Bureau,, 
as a knowrT KGB agent 



m^bop! 

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_^e - Buffalo ^Division has further advis, 


land TtT a f*<* ace n t> ~. 


tnanuraotn re off 


Jigaged in the 
I His wife /" 


I * . 1 — mg Wir.e> . 

I I, ia employed as I | • 

l u^iuuueai, a g. Bofl? usually travel to Hew York nUS 3 '!^!^ 
wTt!TSo7nt principals, mee1; 

c-f-,^^ 4 - » l> 4 .-a.^ tt mT~ b g rn l \ is a graduate 


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^,,»sp ^sffi ' currently operated by K^af^ 

tt.., .. born attended the 


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tt • ■ born 

University Rochester . two years 


, attended the 

ana currently works for 


- ■■ ■ ... un y yoai-u aau currently works fo 

—Sff gT* He nas no Known subversive activities: how- 
® v ®.». :his and appearance are of "hintrte tvne« an ,i 

Siffe-cSj 8 - “ 13 po33ible he oouirtffe&n as 


born 


has been _gtudj i]flg_j^i 


1 'if 1 ■ qx uu.vj.uk in 

Ifgr .mjlft.u, two years npder 

Uauw V,,T.w r *.* 3 I organ.1 Piat-tr»n- She, v.|°| n n~ 

Known participation in sub ve pal va sttMlitTtpv C&Q 


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?S~- n » S l a cu 7 r9nriY a hlgh school stud ent with no ' b7c 
rS't^ord of s ubversive affiliations . U>< 11 *• 

Buffalo advised it i 3 their opinion that the ' 


only member of the 

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. I appeared at the 

|b 'A reported ) 


family who could logically hovA 


any currant Weatherman connections would be . 
who was | at^horae^wheh ^the_0E£3_qedan registe red toj 


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^residence (as previously 

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Info rmation re above KG B activity received 
froml |a~highly conf ident-! ol 


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sourde, ana extreme caution must be excercised 
handling any information attributed to this 
source . ( ^ 


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PH 100-53469 
176-180 


Buffalo further advised that toll checks on 

reflect no calls directed to numbers in the Philadelphia arj|a-. 

On 4/24/72, it was le arned from a confiden tial 



pays 


source that the person known as 

the monthly rent for the second' rioor rront apartment by 
money order from the Girard Bank, Schoolhouse Lane Branch. 
Philadelphia. Pa. The money orders are signed | 

A bing t on . Pa. The s our c Vindicated 
he felt it s trange that Iwould rent the apartment in 

| y'efc use the ~| address on her 

money 'orders which is where she appare ntly lives and wh ich 


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is close to her place of e mployment at . , 

| in J enkint own , Pa . Both her 
resid ence and employment are some distance from thef 
apartment • ?S<Mf 1 


hich 


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Physical observation by Bureau Agents observed ■ . . - 

that I \ resided at and received, '.*6 

mail at the | [ apartment until approximately 5/2 '.or 5/3/72 • ' b7C 


She has not .oeen seen at the premises since, though her 
.name remains on the mailbox. • ■ 

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Philadelphia. Pa. ) bic 


On 4/19/72, discreet -surveillance hv Bureau" vents 
ascertained that on t hat date . I J 


a 


who r esides at[ 


] had just arrived at that addres s from an un- 


j 


known origin and again took up residence at 



] is a garage type apartment 

located in 'a well screened, secluded back yard. Mot or • 


( U ) vehicles which have in the past been associated wi thf 

1 lwere not observed in the area. 



At. this 


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(TJ'i which time 

1 1 « j ** - »- / • - 


J were not observed 

dress subseque nt to 4/19/72 u ptil k/27/72 at- 


Stree t ( see section on 


|was obs erved at 


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PH 100-^3469 
176-180 •• 



On k/26/72. surveillance in the vicinity of 


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revealed a blue or black Chevro- h7 

let. Pa. license 7/O8676D, and a cream colored C nrH n nr* 

Pa. li nanae ^]5*| ? 7 Y j parked in the yard at the' 
[address. 


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The Pennsylvania BMV, Harrisburg, P a«. re- 


sl, 

•fleeted Pa. license 08676D is^ registered to a I I b 7c 


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1971 Ford coupe. 


Philadelphia, Pa., for a 


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file on 


Philad elphia indices reflect a 165-1X47 master be 

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Pennsylvania BMV records reflect Pa. license- 

15427^ is registered tc 

Street,- Philadelphia, ror a 19b7 or I960 Cadillac sedan. 


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Philadelphia indices reflect a reference only • . , 
NCIC negative re both vehicles and plates, 

BP Service Station / . ' 

Corner of Greene aand 
Harvey Streets A ■ 

Philadelphia. Pa. f ' { ' 


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The printout sheets concerning toll calls, made 
from the coin box telephone located at this BP service 
station have been pulled for the most recent cycle and. will 
continue to be pulled on a regular basis.' Bell Telephone 
Company sources advise that toll calls made from coin boxes 
charged to credit card numbers do not show up on the coin 
m\ ' box toll printout and only show up on the bill of the 
holder of the credit card. 


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The toll call printout above reflects numerous 
toll calls at various times to a telephone in Easton, Pa., b6 
indicating a possible intra-st ate gambling operation and b7c 
a possible tie-in with l above. Subscriber idents 

of called numbers are be,ing obtained, by separate communica- 
tion. 


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PH 100-53469 
176-180 


Toll calls charged to credit card 

known to be pertinent to captioned investigation are 
being pulled and will be analyzed. 



was observed to make a telephone 


call from the coin box at the. BP station at approximately 


3:2^ p.m., on 5/4/72. fjprfiJ) 


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Philadelphia, Pa. 
Telephone #VI 9-4982 




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] resided with his wife am 


aoro33 a narrow drivewa y from the I 

until 4/24/72. 



small child ,i>6 , 
partment at . b7c 


On 4/21/72, pretext conversation with 
by Bureau Agents ascertained tnat ne and his 


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family were planning to move to a farm near Jasper, N.Y. , 


On 4/27/72, 


including 


It 




and his family were observed 


Moving under cover nf dark (10 p.m.). Several white males' 


helped load their possessions into 


an apparently orange colored, Chevrolet pickup truck bearing 
New York- license C61-665. r* r \L\.) - - 


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is registered to[ 


The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles , 

York 
1 bor 


at Albany, N. Y.. advised that New Yorkjiicense C61-665 


residence is shown as 


whose 

Jasper, 


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N. Y. , for a 1968 Chevrolet} orange pictcup, 

, On 5/1/72, a confid ential source advised that 
two white m ales ide ntified as I 

I ~1 both of I \ Philadelphia. 


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.license 808-50B, registered to [ 
Philadelphia. ' 


in a blue VW. Pa. 


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Pa., purchased the entire building at|_ 

Street. . /><£ 

, On 5/2/72 . these individua ls were observed de- 
parting the area of£ 


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PH 100-53469 
176-180 


[ 


Philadelphia indices negative re 


]was observed back in Philadelphia 5/2 
it was ascertai: 
aeck. M 

ADMINISTRATIVE 



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or 5/3/72 at which time it was ascertained he had returned kip 
to pick up his welfare check. 


Philadelphia has opened case files on contacts be 
Ibelieved to have potential involvement in under- b7c 


of 

grouna activities to facilitate coverage of the activities ’ , 

and the handling of information concerning these individuals. 

Investigation by Philadelphia is being, and will - \ 

. continue to be conducted to identify unknown contacts oiP b6 

L, |ah d others close to him believed to have potential b7c < - 

involvement In underground activities. ^T^Lk . ) 

An agent has been making relatively frequent . ■ 

coverage of the BP Service Station at Greene and Harvey . ' - 

Streets where he is in a position to observe, and log the - ■ 

identities of persons making calls as well as the times of 
the calls made over the coin box at that location, which 
appears to be a major communications link in the Philadelphia 
area. As it has been previously reported, the above persons 
and others of possible interest frequent this service station 
for gas, minor repairs, change, cigarettes, etc. 

As mentioned above, toll oalls ha 
by subpoen^ on the credit card assigned to{ 


toll oalls have been rennest*^ 


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H and d iscreet background is- being condu cted t TP 
further ldentlfy l | A confide ntial aphtha V* [ ^ 

Telephone Company has advised that| 
disclaimed all calls on its 4/17 bin nnar»geR ^o" 

-t 4* am wi J mu a i. t _ • a ■ » 


h^s 


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.credit card. The telephone company Is conducting Its own ■ ■ * -a 
discreet investigation and is cooperating with Philadelphia. (K) 

Toll calls charged to other possibly pertinent- 
telephone numbers. will be sent into I las they are 

identified. 7^T I I . . 


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PH 100-53469 
176-180 


For the informati on of the Bureau, the semi- 
annual individual report on I I is currently due. 

Submission of this report is being held in abeyancj) HA 



] 


in view of the sensitive, complex investigation re I 
which, as the Bureau is aware, is currently being intensified 
in view of his potential underground connections. It should 
be noted that little information is available for inclusion . 
in a report suitable for dissemination concerning I 
as an individual, and Philadelphia is of the opinion that 
•such a report at this time could conceivably hamper our ‘ 
investigation. |/j ?* 

UACB . Philade lphia will prepare a thumbnail ; 


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summary of the 


case to date which will be sent to 


East Coast and other logical offices wherej 


]case 


leads have been or are likely to be sent. The purpose 
of this sketch will be to assist these offices in their 
coverage' of present and/or future leads and it will also' 
make them aware of the nature of : the investigation currently 
underway in Philadelphia, in the event that they independently 
receive information of potential value in this case. ... 


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The Bell Telephone Company is interested in the, 
fraud aspects of the illegal use of a credit card and is ' , . 
cooperating in a highly discreet, coordinated investigation . 
through / a former Bureau agent. ) •, ‘ 

ALL INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN NEW LEFT 
EXTREMIST ACTIVITY SHOULD BE CONSIDERED. 

• DANGEROUS BECAUSE OF THEIR KNOWN ADVOCACY : . 

AND USE OF EXPLOSIVES, REPORTED ACQUISITION ' • 

OF FIREARMS AND INCENDIARY DEVICES, AND 
THEIR KNOWN PROPENSITY FOR VIOLENCE. ' . . . 




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PH 100-£3469 
176-180 


Qf 

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Philadelphia , Pa . 


Apartment 


ship with] 
telephone 


5-1631. 


5 s to reside in common-law relation- 
in the second floor rear apartment. 


On 4/24/72, a Volkswagen hearing Ohio license b6 
“ 17 - 7 HM, driven by a young white female, was observed at b7c 
the premises and the female driver entere d the I I 

apartment leaving shortly thereafter with 

The records of the Bureau of Kotor Vehicles, 
Columbus, Ohio, reflect that the above fVM n T i I 3 

rjgisterea to I 

Ohio, Montg omery Count y. Cincinnati and Philadelphia indices 
negative re I I 

7 Toward the end of the last week of April, a con- 
fidential source advised that a small pa ck acre a-np aa-H- n g to 
be several items of mail, arrived at the I I apartment t 

address addressed to I I The ratmrm «ddt ia ^-2 re- k 

flee tod It was from Vt # 

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Apartment 

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L I pays the rent and subscribes to b7c 

"k^spbone #VX 3 -O 678 , at the second floor front apartment 
at 242 West Harvey Street. | [as not been positively 

identified as having ever appeared at the apartment, and 
was not known to have any connection with captioned investiga- 
tion until April 1972. . 8 ■ 


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:a call to the residence o: 


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'Jot FOIA redactions 


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PH 100-53469 
176-180 


as a known 


s known to 


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ana the Bureau 


rtcA 5>#vic 


Division has further advis 


wife are forme 


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Hi 3 wife 


jgotnj usually travels to 

with Soviet principals* 




to meet 


student at StateUUniversi 


as a ftuest of XGB 


NewTTor 




nivers 


his father 


year 
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organize 


ersive act 


parents 


horn 


gh school] student w 


only member of the 
any current Weatho 
whojras at home when tb 
"[ appeared at the 
reported) . 


it is their opinion that the 
family who could logically b->ye 
neotions would be(WHny^yg 
edan registereatoC^_^3 
sidence (aa previously 


Inf otr ran - 
from ■■ 
source^ 
handlfB^ 
source • 


oba- «SV S 

Lonr^ibQTOS8# activity received 

highly confidential 
Ins^xWem^ffllition must be excerciaed 
any information attributed to this 

























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?H 100 - 53^69 
176-160 


__ advised that toll chocks o nb^n. 

r onset no calls directed to numbers in the Phi lade lphia "a "la „ 

On 4 / 24 / 72 , it was le arned from a confidaw ^T^ 
source that the person known as I i 

the monthly tent for the second floor front apartment bv 

.“g Ean ’f- SchQ 0 lh 0 U 3 Q .tgttJagL 



he felt it strange 



indicated 

I 1 •--«=»- --v - u Avut the apartment in 

, ] Taddresa-nn her . 

money orders which is where she apparently lives and 
is close to her plage nf employment at | | 

. 1 In J enkintown. Pa. Both her 

rfhriAA aZ+A a- , . . 1 * 


i ■ 1 w«uia.j.xiuowix, ra* iJotn 

^napartBmnt eWPl0yUient *** BOm9 distanca from the 


that I 
mail au tnef 


Physical observation hj Bureau Agents observed 


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i | resided at and received 

japar tenant until approximately f>/2 or ^/^/VP 

SlfiATi Yvncmf aam j-v * . * fJfi +•- 


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name remains on the mailbox# K ■ 


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ascertained that on t hat date. I I 

i I who , resides at I 

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had just Arrived at that addres s from »r> 

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known ori gin and again took up re sidence at 


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a wen screened, secluded back yard* Motor 


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Yeniclea which 5 n th«» .past been associated with! 


Jwere not observed in the area* 


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were not observed^-* 

1 . / » Imm . * * 


• 4 _ .% * ■ _ I Hui C? ELCT& OOi 

which tl*!j re39 to 4 A 9/72 t rntil h/ 27/72 at 

Street (see section on 


was observed at 


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■ On It 726/72 » s urveillance in the vicinity of . 

| ' | revealed a bluo or black Chevro- 

let, Pa* license #0db7oD, and a cream colored Cadillac, 
Ra* license #15U27Y> parked in the yard at the| 

| 1 address,. ‘ 


The Pennsylvania BMV, Earrisburg, P a,, ro- ' 
fleeted Pa, license 08676D i 3 registered to a I 1 - 

| | Philadelphia, Pa,, for a • 

1971 ^ora coupe* . / 

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Philadelphia indices reflect a 165-1147 waster' 
file on l 1 


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15427T is registered to l ~1 ^ 

Street, Philadelphia, for a 1967 or IVbtt Cadillac sedan. . b7c '. 


to 


Philadelphia indices reflect a reference, otply 
HCIC negative re both vehicles arid platen. 


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BP Service Station 

Comer of Greeze :and ' ! 

Harvey Streets 

Philadelphia. Pa* ; 

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The printout sheets concerning toll calls made 1 . . 

from the coin box telephone located at thi3 BP service 
station have been pulled for the most recent cycle and will 
continue to be pulled on a regular basis* Bell Telephone 
Company sources advise that toll calls made from coin boxes' 
charged to credit card numbers do not shew up on the ooin 
box toll printout and only show up on the bill of the 
holder of the credit card* 


The toll call printout above reflects numerous ' . 
toll calls at various times to a telephone in Easton, Pa., 
indicating a possible intra-st ate gambling operation and 
a possible tie-in witbl I above* Subscriber idents ■ - . 

• of called numbers are being obtained by separate' conmunicar . 
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Toll calls charged to credit card 


Icncwn to be pertinent to captioned investigation are 
being pulled and will be analyzed* 


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|was observed to malca a telephone 
call from the coin bccc at the BP station at approximately 
3:25 P*m,, on £/4/72* . 


Philadelphia, Pa, 
Telephone #VX 9-U982 


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, resided with hi a wifa and small child 

across a narrow "driveway from the| |apartmont at 

I until 4/2 4/y*« 


On 

by Bureau Agents ascertained that ho and his 


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f&pxily w©x*o planning to novo to & farm host Jaapor* 


On 4/27/72, [ 


, and his family were observed 

moving un der cover of d ark (10 p.m.h Several white males 


including!. 


1 helped load their possessions into 

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" y*y> apparently orange colored Chevrolet pickup truck bearing 
Hew York license C61-66J?, ‘ /\ 

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The Hew York State Department of Motor Vehicles 
at Albany, H. Y. . advised that Hew Y ork license C 6l-66g 
is registered to l I b orn I I whose 

residence is shown aa l | Jasper, 

. H, • Y, , for a 1968 Chevrolet orange pickup, ... 

‘ ' On £/l/72, a confid ential source advised that 

two white males Ide ntified aal 1 


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I I both of [ 

Pa,, purchased the entire building at 
Street, 


Phi -Ladd lphlaT 


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On 5/2/72 .. these individual s were observed de- 
parting the area of f H** a blue WJ, Pa, 

license 808-50B, registered to 
Philadelphia, 


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PH 100-53469 
176-180 


Philadelphia indices negative re 


, I ^ _J Vaa observed hack in Philadelphia 5/2 
or h/ 3 /l'd at which time it was ascertained he had returned 
to pick up his welfare check* 


•- ADMINISTRATIVE 

I Philadelphia has opened case files on contacts 

£~l have potential involvement in under- 

ground activities to facilitate coverage of the activities 
ana the handling of information concerning these individuals* 

„ Investigation by Hiiladelphia is being, and will. 

continue to be conducted to identify unknown contacts of 

L_ land others close to him believed to have potential 

involvement in underground activities, 

“• • An agent has been making relatively frequent 

coverage of the BP Service Station at Greene and Harvey 
Streets where he is in a position to observe and log the 
identities of persona making calls a 3 well as the times of 
the calls made over the coin box at that location, which 
appears to be a major- communications link in the Pniladolphla 
**-u Ab it J , has been Previously reported, the above persons 
and others o* possible interest frequent this service station 
far gas, minor repairs, change, cigarettes, etc, 

w 2® Jttoned above, toll calls h ave been ram,*^ 

07 ffBPPQOna on the credit card assigned to r 

* yj a gf d 3 - acl>got background is being ccnaucted to • 

further identify | I A confide ntial souroe at psq TT 

Telephone Company has advised that I h aa 

disclaimed all calls on its 4/17 bill charged to I — 1 

credit card. The telephone company is conducting its own 
discreet investigation and is cooperating with Philadelphia* 


Toll calls charged to other 
telephone numbers will be sent into I 
identified * I 


ssibly pertinent 
las they are 


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PH 100-53469 
176-180 


For the Informati on of the Bureau, the semi- 
annual individual report on [ j 3 currently due* 

Submission of this report is beingheld in abeyance UACB 
in Y iow o£ 3 *® sensitive, complex investigation re | 
which, as the Bureau is aware, is currently being intensified 
in view of hia potential underground connections. It should 
be. noted that little information is available for inclual r>r> • 
Ixt-S 1*0 pop t suitaM.© fop dissornxitia tion. ooncBpTrtytp* | ^ 


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as an individual, and Philadelphia is of the opinion that 
such a report at this time could conceivably hamper our ■ 
investigation. ' ; 


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• UACB * Philade lphia w ill prepare, a thumbnail 

summary of tho| |caae to date which will be aeni 


_ . ^ —i ,caae to date which will be sent to 

Bast Coast and other logical offices where | lease 

. leads have boon or are likely to be sent. The purpose 

• of this sketch will be to assist these offices in their 

coverage of present and/or future leads and it will also *; 
make them aware of the nature of the investigation current! v 
Underway in Philadelphia, in the event that they independently 
receive information of potential value in this case. ‘ 

The Bell Telephone Company is Interested in the 
fraud aspects of the illegal use of a credit card and is 
cooperating in a highly discreet, coordinated investigation' 
through Ta former Bureau agent Tv 

' ALL INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN NEW LEFT ‘ £< 

EXTREMIST ACTIVITY SHOULD BE CONSIDERED . 

. DANGEROUS BECAUSE OF THEIR KNOWN ADVOCACY . f 1 

.*r! , AND USE OF EXPLOSIVES, REPORTED ACQUISITION ■ ’ "*■ •' 

* • O F FI REARMS AND INCENDIARY DEVICE3, AND : " 

• j -’- . THEIR KNOWN PROPENSITY FOR VIOLENCE.' ■ ' 


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Ur, E, S. Miller 
R, L, Shackelford 




J, A. Slzoo 
R. L. whaciielford 
T, J. ilclliff 
5/0/72 

TT, N. Preusse 
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WEATOFUG 
■« purpose : 


DO HOT FILE . 

, Greenberg/Gray-7077 



To advise status of our security investigations 
concerning the 2(5 Vi’cathernan fugitives, 

DETAILS: 

S cope of t he Weatherman Problem 

Our investigation of the revolutionary \7catherr.ian group 
centers on appro:;i-:#:iUc Jy 200 people throughout the country. 
Included in that number arc the 20 Yr'cathcriaan fugitives. Also 
included in a group of about 40 individuals, all non-fugitives, 

# ^hose vhoronbouts arc unknown and who are believed active in 
'the */c.\ther;.uu underground. • •, 


Tl»e V/eath-.riian croup went unclcrcround more than two 
y cars ago, Since turit time, a low * fugitives have been a T>pr o h c nd eci, 
however , the i; c-y Vika thorrsan leaders, remain ax large. For the 
past si;: i .oaths, the i'eathcrmn croup has been quiescent in that 
it lias issued no co.v.iuniques to the press and has claimed no ‘ 

1v /Vi i Wi 4 i* it - « i b n 'I , . — . * t , *1 *1 * 


bombings since last Fall. 




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Infer nation developed to date shows that Weatherman has 
coRcentratffJ its uvmborr. and activity on the Last and West Coasts 
since early 1D70 j lus.icver, it appears that they can travel 
almost anywhere with relative ease., pru’ticularly in und out of 
Canada, They undoubtedly exist within the so-called youth culture., 
which is dru;;-orient'{.*;l and anti-law’ enforcement.' They are 
supported by above-ground sympathizers, as well an by their own 
.thefts and frauds, . * « V 

Y/eathormn advocates use of marijuana and LSD, but 
oppose hard drugs, euch an heroin and amphetamines. It 13 
possible that none heatherasan .activists haw bee one drug addicted 
to the cztoffrt that they have dropped cut of the ypwnin ttnn. *r«wH 
a report has. been received concerning Weatherman Icadcrl 
however, this has not been verified. 


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Meaorandun to Mr, E„ S. Hiller 
KEi TfllATlIFUG 


•» « i Thoush they are a. small croup and arc probably only 

loosely coordinated, it must be a^nunVd that Weatherman will’ 
Continue eporadic acta of extreme violence. 

Question of Supervision' of Wcathernnn 
* * Cusno , 

As you are aware, the *2U Weatherman fugitives’ eases 
are supervised by Special Invest’ native Division (riD) . The 
overall investigations of the V.erithoraan organization, including 
non-fugitive wider, ground activists and the Weatherman support * 

SUl !°i7 A: i cd byth * Coptic Intelligence Division (DID). 
*7 kclicvcti thu », coordinated investigation could be best 
continued if the supervision of the Weatherman fugitive eases 

?dvirnfi?i^S Un 7 d ^y r ' Z !' )# Accordingly, it in recommended that the 
auvinnbllit} oi this change be discussed at our next Keathfuc 
conference vith you; to ■* 

• £ lan3 for Apprehension, of Two Fugitives in Canada 


Ifeigitivcn 
located, iniifcanndn fii'i 


past-yfg? days, thi 
thatJlheUls certain! 




'til. An?rolcs - source, 


J have bts en ' 
am op nil 


Llthin the 
FYhas ad vised 


Chls source, »v?ho is working 
jnucavor, visits I 


The above plan is currently under consideration 
and is being handled by SID. 

Fugltlvc l | Reported Recently in 

Washington, D, c, 

- . ^ I . .-.I a suspect in the CArDOM ease, 

ha a .inforuecITa W1Q sourc ,c^¥hat | was in V/ashington, D.C.* 

on I Miow cllflaa. that -t he imfrnopn indii'idual who 

accompanied f- %aa\ 8 — I . \„ 

At the tine ox tta^ visit, | introduced this pdrson Z3 \ 

' * ; * * COOTIKUrD - OVER 


• Greenberg/Gray-7078 


Memorandum to Mr. E. 8. Miller 
HE: 17EATUFDG 


I only a f . L , . J feai^G&s checked availabl e photographs of . 

| I hue pecainkp pi f Alai hair on | ifeoui-cet L unable * 

that T^ 7 " J la identical wltu i "^ff^o^befl advAsed 1 

. . 1 . [Intended to stay in V* a s hint.? ton 9 l > # 0Hty u cHort\ / 
tine am. was- planning to visit* friends somewhere in Virginia. 

1)Affl<iVor . Investigation concerning this report is continuing, 
however, to date, no further pertinent information has been 
developed. 

Possible Break Up of People's Law '• * 

'* Office in Chicago ' . . , * 

AV*** sr° u P of radical lawyers at People's Law 

Office (PLO) in Chicago has been. a mainstay of Weatherman 
support since 103D. on© Sawyer there, I I i 3 be 

Jenotvn to Imvo furnished about £700 to lu^xtive I \ ±xi b7c 

March, 10/1, and this office haa been a key co:Wiuicatioris 
channel for Weatherman. 

- Wow, pJ,Q appears on the. verge of disintegration. 

, |hna experienced a number of personal orohl <?«*;- be 

XilCXIUiXIigl | and the | 1 b7 

I— — _ — 1 It appears lie may bo leaving Chicago and may . 

concentrate his activities at Attica, New York, where he lias 
been -representing inmates at Attica Prison. 

k u Another PLO member ~1 who is believed to 

have been at one time active in the Y/eathermen underground under b6 
a false identity, is contemplating a pex’aunent move to the * b7( 

West Coast. Ho will probably take with him another PLO activist. 
Susan Jordan. . * 


operation. 


^PIX) attorncy j | and his girlfriend 

I ua y also be contemplating departure from the 


; - ^ 

Tlje effect of those contemplated changes is not yet 
known and this situation io being closely followed. 


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C0HTZNU1D - OVER 


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Ueraorandun to Ur. I'.. S. Miller 
BE: 7 TEATUFUG 


5 wjdjs^i i&ssSSzii-'&p' 

P ossibility o^ KG^Involyenent w jiffy ca t herrnn 


1 J 


the Tfeati 
T/eathfua 1 

lorrnn 

UlV<j 


has 

also 





the residency inQ! c 
has fcccn a < eam.ni'hT 


]in Philadelphia is of nucb interest in. 
tlon since hio address wan used by 
to obtain fals'e/ldcntif lea tlon. In addition, 
a car roistered to a still unidentified 
An apparent associate of - > ’ 
recently .been connected with 
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„ aj»a 

gj.frnific ancc of 

i— —v Z\0t 

| children A including a /sow I 


Thus not been deter 
Our/Duffaji 


Lester, l?cw YorkTV of I 

Ag cntCfor the pas T 12 yenra JfclTfle 
~ I association with| |and wi 


a Democratic Society (£US) in QQG 
by (S tar KS fr Uo act us a "spotter." 


■co has noted that „ 

Iwho w;ta ac tive m students for 
has also 



is trie opinion 
nvolvcd* wi th the Soviets gpuld. no.t 

l ■4Mi r“ — ““r; 


■ >^that" tho /T i nvolved with am Sgy lets g, 

involved with VeatheruanTJ 0no| ~ ~~ ~ 

<r* known subversive background, xaSf be the tlftr 

v 1 Mtt. 1 1 M n A A .1 *1 • » ia -I* r\ 4 *V*<n<* I 


been co-opted! jL 


'This is based only on the fact thatf 
appearance and v.aa . a t . home at the ' tips £ 
‘ “ ' ^residence. 


in with, 
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JTTS UppUilJI AMWU • 

'i u •' seen at the 


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Investigation of this equation is being handled with 
great caution i^ :^ie^ of the highly confidential'/espionag^ 

nnumc*: 1 nvniv/^1 1 . _ ' ' ' « ‘ 


TT i, U* v ** v — y*. 

! u I sources involved • 

. Three Weeks Survey of United States Residents ; 

: ' Who Apply for Landed Immigrant Statusjin t 

, • Ca nada ^Completed • »'. . . s 

* * * * ^ ^ ^ ! 

Thin survey was conducted to dctcrnlne whether a . , ? . 
larger survey of these applicants was -feasible in order to ascertain 
whether they are utilising false identity, and arc of interest; - 

to our investigations . The three weeks survey determined that / 

•on the average, 72 applications* Xdr landed immigrant status fi^>a- - > 

United States residents were received daily by the Bureau for ,, , 

najac check purposes. Thu survey further shows that only an . . ;*v« be j 
average number of 21 applications daily would bo of' interest to 
our lnven tignt ions. This curved .was handled in the Revolutionary 
Activities Beet ion by 1 ] and a largoruuryey 

appears feasible. A nicuomulua will be submitted in the near 
"future recommending the implementation of this survey. 


[eenberg/Gray-7080 


COMTIinnip - OVER 


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Ucoorandun to Mr, E, S. Wilier 
BE t BE ATIinia 


Technical Coverage 


. 


nn/t M< ^ » t?o have both telephone surveillance (tcsurl 

nl * d BlClQnhnno mirircillaacc fialstirl « nywni> c of | ^ [ , 

I V?e also have r.lsur 


I (Up q&Vel-arre of y^-thej 


.M'lh activist 

«*o in New sdrk. 


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At the. present time, our' most proaisiner tar*?** *«t* 
1 1 . . 


additional technical coverage continues to be f 
Cair.br idfre, Massachusetts, she io L 


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on thereabouts o f Top, Ten fugitives! 
Xnvcr. t ina t ion of | | continues ^ 


tcluucal covcra^Iirii^^-^rtil^^o^Sto"^:^ 

action: * 

Tor iofonaatioa. 


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FBI AUTOMATIC D FC L AS S I F I C ill I Oil* GUIDE 
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Greenberg/Gray-7082 

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Date: 5/5/72 ^ 

Transmit the following in APPROPRIATE AGENCIES. y 

AND FIELD 0'rH£Jl>}J»e in plaintext or code) 1 : 

v . airtel advised cy routing 

la ; SL4 P (SI BY v 

DATE; (Pnonty) 

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SEI 


ACTING DIRECTOR, FBI 


B 0 KS 1 


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PROM: SAC, PHILADELPHIA pc ■ -r-- 7 , ".T? 

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SUBJECT: 


'IVITIES (EXTREMIST) 


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^'VO^UTIONARrACTIvfTIES (EXTRE 

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/ • . Re Bureau letter to Philadelohl « \\fn/no b 6 

1 k I baotfon 1 ^? >n * irtel to Director, 4 / 20/72 under the f ^ 3 ' 

olii=l 1 ' , " ■ 

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^c-ua/^.-v >v O/J -J?% • • 

_ . , Investigation by Philadelphia continues to b<Tv W 

2 f nt ® re< * aroun(3 three locations on West Harvev - Street 

the Germant own a ei- . tlnn nf Phi ladelphia: 1) T 7 ?tr98t ln 1 hfi 

■ located at ' the corner of Oree Ul “ 


<2X Bureau (RM) ,< ^ 

1 - Chicago (Info.) (rm) t/y/jdcJ ■ 

2 - Philadelphia (1 - 100 - 53469 ) 

MPS/laa d- 176 - 180 ) 


'*® MAY 10 1972 


Approved 


54M4p3 W: 

Special Agent I 


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-Apart menf: 


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with \ ^~^-~ -^ 25 ^j-nue a to p 6 <ftri . ;b7 ' 

.^®Pho„e «, e . M iJ 5 a 0 ~l« r 9latlon .' 

w ■*■ ^©«r ^Partrna -h 

«•««« 

l9av “s •Jx-ttf . : 

Columbua S? rec orda 0 f the „,, ',^T-. f 8 

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Srt2d tea? 9 last week of . Ap ' ^ 

&I iTf : "■.■■: 
r.hs"S" as fro »r \ Th§^reiirny, rj apartment " be 

A v - n nf 1 r 1 l '»Li 3 re- A x b 7 ( 

I —-—-3 n. (#$■ 

aswwf S'SS j*! Bj33»S s. 


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Greenberg/Gray-7083 



Greenberg/Gray-7084 


PH 100-53469 

176-180 

SoMUfrTuTft.HG-tS'VQ,*? 


ctr (&T s) 



^ n « known to and the Bureaus 

a 3 a knowiT KGB, agent for the past 12 Tear a. i'jP^l 


both[ 
is n 


a Buffalo Division has further advised 

and his Wi fe f r»T»rnftr» f!P mamhavn I 


agaged in the 


l y i ^ocneatg j ; . Bo& usually travel to New York CitS^^j g' 
wi til Soviet principals. n ^ ^ 


, . , L I horn is a graduate 

8tudant_st state UniverattTof HawSm-lr. faL-.miad'V;? m?™ — 

.."sptt fer? " 13 cu rrentl 7- oPeraljed by ICCT^aj a" 


. „ . J rn — , \ horij attended the 

university of Preheater two years and currently works i*or' 
nisjraihgr. He has no Known subversive activities; how-' 
, dress and aPPQarance are of "hippie tvr»e« a nd 
Buffalo advised it is possible he could be mistaken as ' 
female. (^5 . 


born 


has been studvii 


mown participation in sul 


parents and is currl^ 
rbcora or suoversive a; 


born 

Sions. A 


Lresides wi th ; 


_ Buffalo advised it is their opinion that the 

only member of the family who could logically have- 

m ', an y current Weatherman connections would be| — 

^ 1 who wag at home when the 0 p» 1 s edan -natf tol 

St thQ ^ Residence (as prev'iobsly 

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Info rmation re above KfiB activity 

from la~highlv conf identi ol 

sourc e, ana extreme caution must he evefluM • 
(TJ'i Hanoi ing any information attributed to this ' ‘ 

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Buffalo further advised that toll checks 01 


reflect no calls directed to numbers in the Philadelphia arj|n^ 

, On 4/24/72, it was le arned from a confiden tial 
source that the person known as | 1 pays 

the monthly rent for the second floor front apartment by 
money order from the Girard Bank, Schoolhouse Lana Branch. 

Phi laflelnhi a Pa . The money orders are signed I ~l , 

I A bington . Pa, The source' indicated/ > 

he felt it s trange that Iwould rent the apartment in- ‘ , 

I vet use the | l address • on her 

money orders* which is where she appare ntly lives and wh ich J 
is close to W wIhrr of employment at I ~| 

| , |in Jenkintown, Pa. Both her * . 

resid ence and employment are some distance from the I 1 

| | apartment. T^J ^ * • - ; • 

Physical observation by Bureau Agents -observed' 
that BARBARA DONOHUE, aka Bonnie, resided at and received, •* : 
mail at the EVANS apartment until approximately 5/2 or 5/3/7 >2i 
She has not been seen at the premises since; though her r 
name remains on the mailbox. ' ■. \ 


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On 4/19/72, discreet surveillance by Bureau agents 
ascertained that on t hat date .1 

^_^_lwhp_resides at I l ~ 

( TJ ) - I [ had just arrived at that address from an nn» 

•known origin and again took up residence at 

| | is a garage type apartment 

located in a well screened, secluded back yard., Motor . >4 

( y ) vehicles which have in the, past been associated with| ^ 

were not observed in the area 


At. this ad( 
i'ttj which time 


Street (see section on 


were not observed 

it to 4/19/72 u ntil k/27/72 at . , 

/as observed at I I' 




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PH 100-^3469 
176-180 


On )i/?6/7?. s urveillance in the vicinity of 

, | revealed a blue or black Chevro- 

let. Pa. license 7 /O 8676 D, and a cream colored C adillac. 
Pa. license #15>427Y, parked in the yard at the | 

^address. L-y{ c~) ^ ; — 

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' fleeted Pa. license O 8676 D is registered to a I T 

I I Philadelphia, Pa., for a 

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file on I 1 . 

Pennsylvania BMV records reflect Pa. license 
1 ^ 427 ^ is registered to | ~~ 1 < 

Street,' Philadelphia, for a 19&7 or I9bt5 Cadillac ' sedan. 

Philadelphia indices reflect a reference only. 

to I I NCIC negative re both vehicles and plate#.- 

BP Service Station f . 

Corner of .Greene canid 

■ ' Harvey Streets iv v . 

' . Philadelphia. Pa. / 


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•, The printout sheets- concerning toll calls, made 

from the coin box telephone located at this BP service, 
station have been pulled for the most recent cycle and. will 
continue to be pulled on a regular basis. ' Bell Telephone 
' Company -sources advise that toll calls made from coin boxes 
charged to credit card numbers do not show up on the coin* . 

box toll printout and only show- up on the bill, of ’the 

holder of the credit card. 

The toll call printout above reflects numerous 
. toll calls at various times to a telephone in Easton,, Pa., 

• indicating -a possible intra-st ate gambling operation and 
a possible tie-in with| [above. Subscriber idents 
of called, numbers are being detained by separate communica- 
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PH 100-53469 
176-180 


■ Toll calls charged to credit card | 

(U) known to be pertinent to captioned investigation are 
being pulled and will be analyzed. 

I I was observed to make a telephone 

call from the coin box at the. BP station at approximately 
3:2$ p.m., on 5/4/72. 



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Philadelphia, Pa. 
Telephone #VI 9-4982 




I Iresided with his wife and small child' - \ 

across a- narrow driveway from the | apartment at 1 ' 1 

until 4/24/721 

— — l . -On 4/21/72, pretext conv ersa tion withl | 

[ by Bureau Agents ascertained that he and his TP 7 
‘'amily were planning to move to a farm near Jasper, N.Y.- 


0n t 4/27/72,| land his fatally were observed 

faoving und er cover of* da rk (10 p.m.). Several white maies 
including I I helped load their possessions into 

an apparently orange colored, Chevrolet pickup truck bearing' 
New York license C61-665. rf i^L\. )> . • 

. The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles 
at Albany, N. Y. f advised that New York license C61-665T 
is registered to | | born I ‘ ‘ ‘ I w hose 

residence is shpwn. as | \ Jasper. 

N. Y. , for a 1968 Chevrolet orange pickup. 

On 5/1/72, a confid ential source advised that 
two white m ale a i dentified • aa I I 

I both i . w I Ptvt 1 o •' 

Pa . ,■• purchased the entire building at ’ . - 

Street. fxj % . ’ ■ ■ ; 

On 5/2/72 . these - individu als were obsepved de- v ; 
parting the area of l I -in a hina sriij. Pn- "’h. ■ 

license SqSt^OB, registered to . 

Phil adelphia . ( )" ~7 ' : — ” . .. ;V -t . 




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I767I80 


Philadelphia indices negative re 

. 0-HfiO 



L _ 1 Vaa obsor ved back in Philadelphia 5/2 
or. 5 / 3/72 at which time it was ascertained he had returned hfi 
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Jbelieved to have potential involvement in under- 

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ground activities to facilitate coverage of the activities 
and the handling of information concerning these, individuals 

... . In vestigation by Philadelphia is being, and will- 

continue >to be conducted to Identify unknown contacts of 
I land others close to him believed to have potential 

Involvement In underground activities. ^T^Lk.) 

An agent has been making relatively frequent 
coverage of the BP Service Station at Greene and Harvey 
Streets where he is in a position to observe and log the 
. Identities of persons making calls as well as the times of 
the calls made over the coin box at that location, which 
appears to be a major communications link in the Philadelphia 
area. As it has been previously reported, the above persons 
and others of possible interest frequent this service station 
for gas, minor repairs, change, cigarettes, etc. (u~) 

■ As mentioned above, toll calls h ave been rarmaat: 

by subpoena on the credit card assigned to I 
1 . _ ——I ^ digcreet background is- being conducted to 

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Telephone Company has advised that | 

disclaimed all calls on its 4/17 bill charged t<[ 

credit card. .The telephone company is conducting its own 
discreet investigation and is cooperating with Philadelphia/ 

Toll call 3 ^ charged to ot her pos sibly pertinent 

as they are 


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ALL INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN NEW LEFT 
EXTREMIST ACTIVITY SHOULD BE CONSIDERED 
DANGEROUS BECAUSE OP THEIR KNOWN- ADVOCACY 
AND USE OF EXPLOSIVES, REPORTED ACQUISITION 
.OF FIREARMS AND INCENDIARY DEVICES, AND 
THEIR KNOWN PROPENSITY FOR VIOLENCE. 






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DECLASSIFICATrtH AUTHORITY DERIVIED FROM: 
FBI AUTOMATIC DECLASSIFICATION C-UIDE 


DATE 05-11-20O9 


Mr. F . S. Mlllor 


ft. L. Shucke] ford 


Greenberg/Gray-7090 


"* Mr « <J « A . ^Xzoo 
1 - Ur • XI. L. Uhackol fox'd 
1 - Hr. T. J. ITcNiff 
/ O 5/0/72 

( i -Mr. tr. H. Prousse 
1 - Mr. H. Mallet 


'.'.TATHFUG 


DO NOT FILL 


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CO CL Y 

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PUiiroor : 

To advice status of- our security Investigations 
concerning the 20 Vfeathcrmn fugitives . 


DETAILS : 


t'COOO 


lie Weatherman Problem 


Our investigation of the revolutionary Weatherman ere, 
centers on approximately 200 people throughout the country. ■ 
Included in that number are the 26 Weatherman fugitives. Also 
included io a group of about 40 individuals, all non-fugitives. 
\?honc whereabouts aa*e unknown and who arc believed active in 
the Weatherman underground. •’ ■ , 

The Weatherman group went underground wore than two 
yt-ars. ago . Since that time, a few fugitives have been aiiprehc 1 ' 
however , the key Weatherman leaders remain at large. For the ' 
past six months, the- Weatherman group has been quiescent in th 

iLS?Li 8 f? Cd n ? c ? ia ? u ?} <iucs to the I >rcfls «‘A<i »»aa claimed no 
bombings since last Fall, 

. Information developed to date shows that. Weatherman j 
concentrated its members and activity on the Fast and West coar 
,. m ' c .. carXy 19/0 » however, it appears that they can travel 
almost anywhere with relative ease,’ particularly in and out of 
Canada, ihcy -undoubtedly exist within the so-called youth cull 
which is drug-oriented and anti— law enforcement. They are 

thef te ^and^f r audp 5 ~ Sr ° Un ^ * jyr4pa thizera , as well as by their owi 

Weatherman advocates uoe of marijuana and LSD, but 
oppose* hard drugs, such as heroin and umohetarainos.. it is 
possible that some Weatherman activists have become drug addici 
to the extent that they have dropped out of the revolution. Sir 
a report has be-n received, concerning Weatherman leader 
however, this has not been verified. - Y 1 : — 


CLASS. 

REASON 

DATE-© 


HM ; crl: 


■FClMXXt 

p-rEview 


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F=IA 


COHTIKDEB -OVER 




Memorandum to Mr. V., i>. Miller 
Itf ; : Vi'KATIII'UG 




Though they are a small group and are probably onl ,: 
loosely coordinated, it Hust be assumed that Weatherman will; 
continue opox-sdic acts of extreme violence, - 

Question of Supervision of Weatherman 

Fugitive Cases v e’ 

As you are aware, the 20 Weatherroan fugitives' cas,. 
are supervised by Special 'Investigative Division (SID). The 
overall investigations of the Weatherman organization, inclxsi 
non-fugitive underground activists and the Weatherman suppor-; 
group, are supervised by the Domestic Intelligence Division ; 
It is believed that coordinated investigation could be best " 
continued if the supervision of the Weatherman fugitive cast*. 
was also assumed by DID. Accordingly, it is recommended the; 
advisability of this change bp discussed- at our next Weathfu 
conference with you, 


$ • , ' 

tension of Two Fugitives in Canada j ( 


.located Inn 
(Canadianjan 
v hot ezirudi 
pas c /it® c*a; 
that! he) is i 


igitivcpl 

Innadaffiy a source of the I. 
:ltorl ties have advised that 
:able and have no plan3 to < 


I have been 

e Los Angeles Office .) 
nat inese two fugitives ^ 
to deport TneaJ “Within : t 


Lnis source .! win 
endeavor, wants 


is workingl 


The above plan is currently under consideration 
and is being handled by 8 ID. 

Fugitive Deported Decently in 

Washington, D. C. 


I a suspect in the CArDOM case,. 

ha s inform ed/ a wro source /that I . , Zlwas in Washington., 

011 1 I now claims that the unknown indi vid ual rah 

accompanied | Ug \ 

At the time of the visit, I I loir odubcci' thin person To 

COOTINUFD -.OVER' 


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Memorandum to Mi’ . M. Miller 
Itr : V-T ATIIFJG 



only as \Bouroo Jhas cheeked a vailabl e- photographs of 

I but bec ause of facial hair on I I lsourco7 is\ unable 

to v erify th at I | is identical w i th | \ \ S ource \ adv ised 

that I U ntended to stay in shiny ton, D.C/, only/ a shorty J 

time and- was plahhih {5 to visit friends ^ somewhere ^ 

Investigation concerning this report is continuing, 
however, to date, no further pertinent information has been „ 
developed. - . 

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Possible Break Up of People f s Law / . 

’ Office in Chicago . • ■„ \ 

The snail group of radical lawyers at People’s Law 
Office (PLO) in Chicago has been a ma instay of Weatherma n - . b6 
support since 10(59. One lawyer there, [ ~1 * a b7c ' 

known to have furnished about $700 to fugitive ! l in 

March, 1971, and this office has been a key communications 
channel for Weatherman. iSsr^S * - 


' Bow. PLQ appears on the verge of disintegration. 

I has c?:rK;rlonccd a num ber of personal- problem s , 
incl.udlng I I and the l I • ; 

| | It appears he my be leaving Chicago and any . 

concentrate his activities at Attica, Hew York, where he has - 
been representing insiates at Attica prison. ’• 

Another KLO member, I I who is believed to 

have been at one time active in the T/eatherman underground under 
a false identity, is contemplating a permanent move to the 
Y/ost Coast. lie. will probably take with him another PLO activist 
Busan Jordan* . 

Another Pijg attorney, ! | and his girlfriend £ 

| may also be contemplating departure from th- . . 
FID operation. {"A/\ 


The effect of those contemplated changes is not yet \ 
known and this situation is being closely followed. 

COHTINU.U) - OYTil 


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Memorandum to Mi'. I . S. Miller ' ' 

nr: mratm 

(U) ponr. lbll.ity of KG B ^Involvement with Weathermn7 jfb< 

^ | | in Philadelphia* is of much interest in 

fjK^V/ca theriaan investigation since his address was used by __ hb 
Yica$b£|}g I I to obtain false identification. In addition, b7( 

| |has also used a car registered to a still unidentified 

.individualSu: i I address . An apparent associate of 

hnncd l l has recent ly been connected with 

Tbs^ xcsJu lence in Rochester. New Yor k, of I ~~1 who 

hnr, en-npted KGR. Agent for the naat 12 years . The 

significance of I h ssociatlon wlth f l and with 

~[ ias no t Jfticn determined. ’ 


| S . L^t _ "A" AL • > 

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Our Buffalo off ice has noted that | has severa l b7c , 

children , including a aonl I who was ac tive in Students for 

fK^eiaoci'atic Society (KBS) in 10G^. I I lia8^1ao_jQee n co~o?)ted (J; 

b^'tk KGB to act as a "spotter.” It is the opinion of Burraio ' . 
that the f | involved with the Soviets would no t also be far. A 

involved with weatherman. One I I, who has no / 

known subversive background, my be the tle~ ln jfllthl ] 

Thin is based only on the fact that | inays a "hippie-type" 

appearance and was at hone at the time I ^ b ar was 

seen at the | [ residence. rBQ I / , f/fg" S " 


Investigation of this equation is being handled with 
great caution in view of the highly confidential espionage 
sources involved . ■ 

Three Weeks Survey of United States Residents 7w 
(U) : Who Apply f or handed immigrant Status in \(psH 

Canada Completed . « — -• * 

This survey was conducted to determine whcthci' a 
larger survey of these applicants was feasible in order to aseerit 
whether they are utilising false identity and arc of' interest 
to our investigations. The three weeks survey determined that 
on the average, 72 applications for landed immigrant status from ± 
United States residents were received daily by the Bureau for : t 
name chock purposes. The. survey further shows that only an 
average number of 21 applications daily would ?>e of interest to 
our investigations. This survey was handled in the Revolutionary 
Activities Section bv I l and, a larger survey 

appears feasible. A memorandum will be submitted in the near 
future recommending the implementation' of this survey. . 


CONTINUED - OVER 



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Memorandum to Mr. F. S. Miller 
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Technical Coverage 

At present, we have both telephone su rveillance (tefc 
and microphone surveillance (misur) coverage of I 
i i v?e also have wlsur 

coverage of Weather man activist I I - 


are in New York. 




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At the -present time, our most promi sing target fo r 
additional technical coverage con tinues to be[ I in *■; 

Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is I t who' ; 

supports a number of extremist causes. She closely associate*'. . 
with both black and white extremists* Suspected Weatherman 
activists reside with her, who are believed to have lnformat&^r 
on whereabouts o f Ton Ten fugitives I I 


(U) 


Investigation of 


continued and recommendation fp: 


technical coverage wixjl pc made at the appropriate time 
ACTION: • 



1’or information. 


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Green berg/Gray-Z|fi5 




February 21, 19 8 ( 

Joseph L. Tiemej 
Federal Bureau of ' Investigation 

d? ■ ■ . 

UNITED STATES VS. W. MARI' FELT, ET AL. 
DISCOVERY PROCEEDINGS . - 


Francis J. Martin. 
Department of Justice 


1 - Mr. Daly 
1 - Mr. Tierney 


ALL INFORMATION COHTAIHEB 

HEBE IN IS UNCLASSIFIED 

BATE 04-23-2009' BY 65179" dmh/baw/sb; 


Reference is made to your written inquiry dated 
November 28, 1979. 


NY 176-97 


effeb- 


was assigned to SA| 

tive March 14, 1972. It had until* then been assigned to 
SAl 


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Atta ched are copies of documents under T 

I captions from NY 176-97. Tft e serial number 
of the cor responding copy inf 


and 


.(main file of 
1 is noted as the second number in brackets when 


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1. NFO teletype to Director, 3/6/72 (96) (70) 

2. NY teletype to WFO, 3/7/72 (94) (73) 

3. CG report of SA 



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4. NY airtel to Director, 5/16/72 (127) 

5. CG airtel to. Director, 5/31/72 (137) 


6 . CG report of SA 
(.150) 


7. NY airtel to CG, 6/27/72 (152) 


6/27/72 


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8. NY airtel to Director, 6/28/72, captioned 
"PENBOM" (153) 


Assoc. Dir. 1 

Dep. AD Adm, . 
Dep. AD lnv. _ 
Asst. Dir.: 

Adm. Servs. 

Crim-. lnv. 

Ident. 

Intel! 

Laboratory 

Legal Court. 


9. SA 

10. SA 

11. SA 

12. SA 


memorandum to SAC, 7/26/72 ^16-1^ ^ 

memorandum to SAC, 8/23/72 (173) 

memorandum to SAC, 9/27/72 (174) 

memorandum to SAC, 10/3/72 (176) 


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Rec. Mgnt. " JLT I tdp ( 5) 

Tech. Servs. . 

Training . 


Public Affs. Off. _ 

Telephone Rm. 

Director* s Sec*y 


56MAR18*80 


COOT^^JTIAL M^TI^IAL ATTACHED 

<&< 

MAIL ROOM CZ 1 ^ 


SEE NOTE PAGE THREE 





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Department; of {Justice 



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13. nY airtel to Director, 11/30/7.2 (185) 

14. Director airtel to CG, 11/20/72 (187) 

15. NY airtel to, Director, 12/8/72 (190) 

16. CG airtel to Director, 12/13/72 (191). 

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17. SF airtel to Director, 12/2^/72 (192) 

18. NY airtel to Director, 1/19/73 (194) ‘ 

19. CG airtel to Director, 1/26/73 (199) . 

20. . '»!• airtel to Director, 2/3/73 (‘200) - 

21. NY airtel to Director, 2/12/73 (201) - - ‘ 

22. NY airtel to Director , 2/21/73 (203) 

23.. NY airtel, to Director, 2/26/73 (205) ‘ / 

24. CG airtel to Director, 3/15/73 (212) m \ , 

25. NY airtel to Director, 3/27/73 (215) 

26. NY airtel to Director, 3/28/73 (216) 

* 27. NY airtel to Director, 4/9/73 (220) , ii 

'28. CG airtel; to Director / 4/19/73 (223) * r *./ 

2.9* AL airtel t6 Director, 7/27/73 (236) . • 


30. NY letter to CG, 3/21/74 

In addition to the above, f onr serials f rom 
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1. on letter to Director, 3/5/75 (69) 


2..CG teletype to Director, 3/14/75 (70) ‘ 


’ Greenberg/Gray-7106 



Francis J. Martin ' 
Department of Justice 


discovery. 

Enclosures 


3 ; 'WFO teletype to Cl, 2/28/73 (47) 

4; WFO teletype to Director/ 5/13/71 

The above serials will all be processed for 


NOTE: 


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.Serial's being furnished in order to avoid furnishing 

raw | f^ile to Department. True name of informant excised - 

from copies furnished Department.- Both name and identifying 
data will be excised from discovery disclosure 'to defense." 
Serials d ated 3/6/72. and 3/14/75 are both marked as serial 
70 in the | | file due to. error in sequence of serialization. 


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